****** Update***** Curtis Rush from the Toronto Star just posted another bullshit theory suggesting that someone may have hacked her deleted POF account and than killed her. This is the same ridiculous theory the police came to us with after an “anonymous tip”. This reporter is just making shit up and printing it, even the slightest bit of investigative reporting have shown how BS both these stories are. Plentyoffish deletes all emails after 30 days even if you are an active user. We don’t collect phone numbers, paypal accounts and never have, we also don’t collect realnames or addresses unless its for paying users. For some reason Curtis Rush is trying to tie Plentyoffish’s Name to this murder in any way possible.
This article by the Toronto Star one of Canada’s largest newspapers is a complete fabrication.
1. She wasn’t a user of Plentyoffish in 2010 but had been years ago. Most older canadian singles are a member of Plentyoffish at some point in their life.
2. We have the police briefing they definitely didn’t say any of the stuff Toronto star says they did.
3. We have never had a case of a man murdering a women on plentyoffish that i know of.
4. We talked to the police last YEAR and told them everything they wanted to know and we thought that was the end of it as she wasn’t even on the site.
This entire week we’ve been bombarded by requests from the media trying to write stories about online dating being unsafe. The simple fact is that Online Dating is the safest possible way you can meet people. Over 30 million people have used plentyoffish and there hasn’t been a single case of a man killing a women as a result of meeting on plentyoffish. No other form of meeting people even comes remotely close to that level of safety.