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It was launched in July It originally hosted anonymously submitted relationship stories about cheating partners. Inthe website said it was removing the "database of alleged c". In an article in The New York Timesthe site's founder Tasha Joseph likened it to a "dating credit report" for women. Members were able to post anonymous reviews and photographs of cheating men to the site. When asked about the accuracy of reviews, Joseph said that the website terms and conditions required posted content to be true, and said that men could also the website to respond to messages.
In Julythe site issued a press release that it would be removing the "database of alleged c" to refocus on "putting out quality content such as articles, videos and podcasts that help women learn to date better, forming content partnerships and creating engaging mobile platforms". The site has received criticism as a " reputation management system" which provides a venue for anonymously posting false, Online cheater database or fraudulent profiles of men without an adequate means to correct them.
InTodd Hollis, a Pennsylvania attorney, filed a suit against the website owner as well as two alleged posters and five unidentified women for various claims posted about him which he asserted were false and defamatory. The lawsuit was initially dismissed in Pennsylvania for a lack of personal jurisdiction. InHollis filed a second lawsuit in federal court in Florida which was settled after the federal judge refused to dismiss the new case. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed. A September article in the Miami New Times elaborated on a fabricated profile created to demonstrate that the "website is dangerous".
One profile the New Times uncovered supposedly of a philandering ex-boyfriend was actually a gay man who had spurned a woman's advances. While it was announced in July that the profiles of the men on the site would be removed, as of Junethe database could still be accessed through the site's "posts" directory which are linked extensively on other websites.
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