Dating sites have come in to make things easier for people busy chasing their careers to find a suitable life partner.
Sites like Facebook have been used for dating; which may be insecure.
“Not long ago, I was approached by the [new] Friends Reunited owners to see if I wanted to take it back and try some new projects with it,” Steve Pankhurst wrote in his email.
“[But] for the site to continue it needs a complete rewrite and this is just not viable.
Therefore, it is with a heavy heart that we have decided to close the service down.” But Pankhurst, still richer than the average lottery winner, is now attempting what some would call a bold move, others reckless: a kind of Friends Reunited 2.0.
It's called Liife, which reads like a typo but isn't.
These sites are a safe haven for persons who fear rejection, and if any occurs, it does not hurt as much as an actual rejection.