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It's also a complete lie," the hackers were quoted as saying in a manifesto published by Krebs.
It was up to real people perusing the Married Maybes’ profiles to decide if they were interested.
As you can see, although I left things ambiguous with this category, I also dropped a few hints that the owners might be closer to cheaters than swingers.
Like the Brazen Cheats and Married Maybes, they described hobbies, work, traveling, and so forth.
But they also included a special edit to make the owners look as if they were recently taken off the market.
Four weeks before the smooth operator above offered to turn my feet into a trifle, I was creating 40 phony profiles on the world’s fastest growing dating site: OKCupid.
It wasn’t the first time I’d done it: about a year before, I’d created 10 accounts, five male and five female, to test whether women have an easier time dating online than men. This time, my fictitious daters weren’t listed as single: they were all married or ‘seeing someone.’ And they weren’t on the site to simply date: they were there because they wanted to cheat.These ten people were one step along the cheating continuum from the Brazen Cheats above.Their profiles listed them as married, but didn’t explicitly state what kind of marriage they were in - maybe it was the open, free love kind, or something closer to the classic notion of monogamy.Once they were on board and I had nice natural shots of 10 attractive men and women, I allocated them in pairs to five American cities. I wanted my bait to have the best possible chance of cheating on their nonexistent wives, husbands, girlfriends and boyfriends.I therefore placed them in the five most ‘unfaithful cities’ in America, according to Ashley Madison.com, a dating site that's marketed to people who are already in relationships.To what abysmal lows will people stoop to steal another person’s partner?Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating