Online dating theory
Online dating is a growing social phenomenon that has evolved from a controversial practice to a relatively accepted method of seeking a significant other.Online dating typically consists of individuals subscribing to a chosen website designed to facilitate relationship establishment, creating a profile, and then actively seeking other participants with the traits they desire in a mate.According to police, such fraud increased by 16 per cent in 2014-15, with recorded losses of more than £33 million.
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