Extramarital dating service
But that doesn’t seem to have hampered its success rate.
Hackers graciously permit the company to keep the other sites online (the only other site that belongs to ALM is the Cougar Life that connects older women with younger men).
The company responds by charging attackers for committing a criminal act.
It is no surprise then, that several Indian users seem to have contributed to making a French website — which provocatively calls itself “the first extramarital dating site made by women” — a virtual hit. “You can meet married or attached men and women from all over the world,” it says, while asking the user to “be honest about your marital status.” The irony couldn’t be more palpable.
Soon after gaining popularity, the site also earned its fair share of criticism for “promoting extramarital affairs”.
A survey of over 10,000 signed up female members to the extra-marital dating website revealed that 73 percent of them are pushed towards infidelity because their partner is a slacker when it comes to house work.
Gleeden, which began in France but has since gone global, wanted to find out the chief reason why women cheat on their partners and the overwhelming motive was: “He didn’t play enough of a role in daily household chores," reports French website Le Bonbon.
Have an affair” and the ‘Established Men’ website that sets up rich men with women — both belong to the Avid Life Media company.
Hackers claim to punish ALM’s unfair practices: the company reportedly asks its customers to pay a fee for completely erasing their profiles but actually does not wipe clients’ data as promised.
The attackers said: “Users almost always pay with credit card; their purchase details are not removed as promised, and include real name and address, which is of course the most important information the users want removed.” Advocating justice, hackers demand ALM to permanently take both websites offline in all forms.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating