Fidelity Dating v/s Ashley Madison Lovematch service called Fidelity Dating has stepped in to try and bring commitment back into the free-loving world of modern singledom.Gary Spivek, a 45-year-old former financial advisor from New Jersey, was devastated after catching his girlfriend cheating on him with another man.
I had my suspicions and finally found a receipt to a motel in her purse.” When he finally drove down to the seedy motel, he caught her in the act.If you’re already coupled up, maybe you’d be interested in an app that beams your movements and texts straight to your better half’s phone (and vice versa, of course). Monogamy may just be having a moment, particularly after the hack of the notorious “Life is short, have an affair” site Ashley Madison, which exposed the names, emails and sexual proclivities of some 30 million members. Regular dating services have already gained a reputation as cheater minefields.Researchers at Global Web Index just reported that 45 percent of Tinder users worldwide are married or in a relationship, seemingly confirming the long-held suspicions of many users.Who wouldn’t want to have a partner who would NEVER cheat on them? Not to sound cynical, but the dating/relationship scene presents a bleak picture, with recent statistics pointing out that almost 80% of us will have been victims of infidelity at some point in our adult lives. This new dating site hopes to bring back the much-needed commitment back into the instant hookup culture that seems all pervading. However, all is not lost, for two infidelity survivors have launched a new dating website called Fidelity Dating, a site for men and women who have been betrayed by their partners in the past.