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The Daily Mail article from Rebecca Evans can be viewed here: Tuesday 18th July Labour MP for Stockport Anne Coffey used an adjournment debate in Parliament to debate making the practice of ‘Catfishing’ – the stealing of someone’s identity and using it online illegal.
Unfortunately however – currently catfishing on UK dating sites and apps remains as a significant and growing problem.
I was also to find that Soulier himself is an unwitting victim of online scamming: images of the dignified fifty-one-year-old from Brive-La-Gaillar are being used as bait for lonely, middle aged women desperate for the love of a good man.
Penny had lost her husband of twenty-six years and was slowly trying to rebuild her life when she decided to try online dating.
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Membership of the Dating Agency Association is now open to all UK based dating organisations, here are our members in Scotland.
Our current recommended members providing service in Scotland include: One of the longest established agencies in the UK and now specialising in dating and introductory services for those in their 50,s, 60’s and 70’s.
Ultimate Attraction is only available to clients aged 30-59 and offers a high end service but without the huge costs often associated with London based agencies.Photo’s of Mr Peacock’s niece and nephew were also used to give the false profile more credibility.On the occasions when the ‘dates’ went the full course and the catfisher involved met the women face to face, the women were told that Mr Peacock was busy and that he was his cousin, who had been sent in his place.He eventually tracked down the ‘Catfisher’ through a private detective.It is the view of the Dating Agency Association that this is most definitely the dark side of online dating and we strongly support Anne Coffey’s stance that more should be done to outlaw this practice.