Recent data shows that there are close to twice as many South African women as there are men on cheating site Ashley Madison.
Ja, so you’ll remember the world’s biggest dating website devoted to cheating spouses was hacked, exposing their clients’ details. That’s obviously the exact thing people were trusting them not to be susceptible to. So what happened next?
Ashley Madison’s holding company is on a mission to change the face of the affair-enticing website. Now they’ve turned to TV ads.
Ever since the site was hacked last year, scandal after scandal has followed Ashley Madison around. Turns out they don’t like bill queries either.
It was nearly a year ago when the Ashley Madison saga hit the big time, and now its parent company is under investigation once more.
Someone is trying to use the Ashley Madison database to mess up people’s lives and all he wants is some bitcoins.
Just when you thought the Ashley Madison saga was over, users of the site are being blackmailed into paying bitcoin payments. A bit late for that now, no?
After the most recent sifting through of raw data from the affair-endorsing site, there’s evidence that users weren’t getting what they paid for.
Following one of the more explosive online leaks in recent history many philandering spouses would have been rather stressed. Now the first reports have suicide have broken.
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As those interested slowly sift through the 9.1gigs of raw data, names of people of some importance are making their way to the surface.
Now, we don’t want this to turn into an episode of Cheaters, but this new site helps you find out if someone was using on Ashley Madison.
Ashley Madison – who thought a name that sounds like the American girl-next-door could cause such a stir in the adult online cheating world.
It seems the hackers responsible for grabbing all that data from the Ashley Madison and Established Men sites have followed through on their promise. Cue many worried spouses.
You might think there are few better investments than in something that promotes wanton sex but you would be wrong. Experts are advising peeps to stay away from stocking up on Tinder.
It’s a bad day for cheaters everywhere as a group of virtual crusaders take moral justice into their own hands and threaten to expose the nastiest secrets of online adulterers
January is a rough month. Back to work, the funds have been destroyed, your spouse is out cheating on you. Wait, what?
Ashley Madison was created in Canada in 2002, and it has since gained a reputation as the world’s leading married dating site.
So, Bafana Bafana lost a major sponsor in Puma, when they pulled out a while ago. Now, companies are scrambling to fill the place once occupied by the big cat brand.
AshleyMadison.com is the world’s leading infidelity service for married people looking for an affair. In a frank interview with Seth Rotherham on 2oceansvibe Radio, Biderman admitted that his wife would be devastated if he made use of his own service. Click through for the podcast
In case you aren’t familiar with the website AshleyMadison.com, let me recap: Ashley Madison is a website where married/involved people are able to sign up, create a profile, and look for discreet encounters with other married/involved people. The site was founded by Noel Biderman, also known as the “King of Infidelity”. A recent stats gathering and analysis of Cape Town’s members have resulted in the Mother City’s Cheating Hotspots Top 10 list. Check it out inside!