The plaintiff in the case stated that few members would ever click on or read the terms.
Shared information This then begs the question that, if you sign up to one of these services, will your information be shared with other sites?
On the Positive Singles website it states that “We never disclose, sell or rent any personal information to any third party organisations.
Signing up for free will give the creator of the site US$2.
If a user buys full membership to include all the features of the site, the creator will earn US$40. Signing up to a site where supposedly all the users have herpes might turn out not to be the case as highlighted in the court case mentioned earlier.
This means that almost 20% of the world’s millionaires are single and looking and registered on their website.
If you do a simple search on the Millionaire Match website that you are a man looking for a man in Kwa Zulu-Natal, it shows that there are 300 profiles that match your search.One such website offering its services to people suffering from herpes, dating, even goes as far as calling STD’s “gifts”; “People gifted with STDs are special.Their needs, preferences and tastes are very different too.Darren Ravens, Integrated Marketing Manager for 24.com, South Africa's largest digital publisher, says that provides the technology to design and operate a dating website.This technology is then used to create different sites (or "mirrors") using a standard platform.Tips from an expert Darren says that with dating sites among the top money-spinners online, myriad niche dating sites have sprung up seemingly overnight.