Failed dating websites

It seemed to me that traditional companies werent willing to venture into this marketplace despite there being a definite market for it.Also, we found that people interested in affairs were avoiding newspaper classified ads at all costs. Nowadays, its rare for someone to meet in a classified ad, they meet online and thats just where the industry is going. A mythical being; in 2001, the two most popular names for girls were Ashley and Madison.I am not naive and I know all about the Russian brides scammers.The golden rule is never to pay upfront, but even then you might end up with a gold digger who only shows her hand once married (for example they might only want a UK passport, which requires the marriage).Surely, this means that these women are simply gold-diggers?I was surprised that the dating service on Baltic Ladies was so frank about the alleged fact that anyone on their books over about 40 would expect to be fully supported and not have to work, since this is surely no basis to a marriage.For the age group of 30 and under, its virtually 50/50.Across the board though, these people are all looking for something easier than going to a bar and pretending to be single. Inevitably the days after Fathers Day, Mothers Day and Valentines Day see traffic spike through the roof.

I've not joined any yet, but you are allowed to browse free.We wanted this site to be a place where women felt comfortable going, and it was clear they liked those names. The word "adultery" is too biblical, and "cheating" is too negative.We knew we could never get women to go on a site called Cheating Wives, they would be appalled by that notion.I can't believe that if this is really their attitude, they will get ANY men rushing to marry them, since it's clearly a scam and that love (or even liking) doesn't come into the equation.

We do hear of success stories, but are these only limited to the Ukrainians in their 20s and 30s who are expected to work in the UK? The other point is that if the Ukrainians aged over 40, as they advise at Baltic ladies, are not keen on contributing financially at all to a marriage to a UK man, how many UK guys actually have the means to support both himself and his Ukrainian bride? Baltic Ladies originally told me that their female clients wanted to marry abroad because they couldn't find a good man in their country. But if what they later told me (above) is true, they are indeed gold-diggers and there's no attempt to disguise it. The final point is that on Baltic Ladies, few if any of the women there can understand the English language.

What types of different ages/ sexes are on your site?