After the election, the site’s user base suddenly exploded to 14,000 people in about one month (7,000 of them premium subscribers, according to Goss).
Returning to the search page, I scrolled down until the list of users stopped auto-populating and counted only 500 total—well below the alleged 14,000 users. She too was having trouble finding anyone real and had only messaged with one or two people.“I’m pretty disappointed by my journey on this site,” she says. It’s almost hurtful :( ”But maybe she’ll have better luck in the future? What a great time to be alive,” she adds sarcastically. One possibility is that the owners of the site created a bunch of phony users to make it seem more active.
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I imagine that accurately describes one’s reaction to finding that your photo was added to a Trump dating site without your permission. User “Manon C.” is a French journalist named Anna Cuxac.