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    Ms. L may also have a claim for fraud since she is alleging that she did not have a clear understanding of what she was agreeing to because of the actions of the Fort Worth Dating Company employee. Last, Ms. L initialed next to the paragraph stating that this was the entire understanding with the company and that no oral representations by either party will affect this agreement. In reviewing the Attorney General’s consumer protection division website, I was unable to find any favorable resources there. In following up with the client, I think it would be beneficial to ask the following questions: 1. Did you seek out the company or did the company send you advertising material? 2. Do you have any emails that document interactions with the company or was all of this done over the…

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    and never looked at it again. This made me wonder about the evolving world of online dating. Does it actually work? Does anyone really use it? Is everyone on these websites desperate, lying, and creepy? Through my research I have found that there is some method to the madness of the online dating world, if you want algorithms, money schemes, and hackers determining your future. Despite the isolated cases of success and increasing numbers of users, online dating is not effective. It is important…

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    A lot of people are skeptical that online dating sites actually reap success, but they do provide potential marriage partners. In the TED talk “How I hacked online dating”, Amy Webb discusses her experience with online dating. She begins by discussing her desperation to get married and how she cultivates a strategy to find a perfect match for herself. Initially, she said, “So I asked everybody in my life what they thought. I turned to my grandmother, who always had plenty of advice, and she…

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    Dating is an unstable industry. Whether it's the anxiety of meeting another individual or simply the matter of finding another accomplice, the thought doesn't sit well with a large portion of us. Be that as it may, this enhanced after some term when the online world developed. With cases of brisk dating arrangements and more streamlined principles which would be connected to coordinate your tastes to somebody you're more inclined to like was made, this appeared to be a dream in Technicolor.…

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    In previous years we would have referred to it as traditional dating. In traditional dating a man or woman would ask one another out, typically face to face where they could set up a time and place to meet. This type of dating was common during the 1950s and was often referred to as “going steady,” (Burzumato). Going steady then meant having a real commitment to someone. Instead of using the term dating many refer to it today as “hanging out.” This loosely defined term allows for a more…

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    Modern Dating

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    The problem with rejection in modern dating, and why men are doomed to fail without coaching. We live in a society where you can meet anyone in the world, and no one is getting out of their house. We have been disillusioned with the idea that we will always have options and that notion is making it increasingly difficult to meet singles. We have the opportunity to meet singles with the swipe on a phone in an instant, yet men find it cumbersome to actually meet that woman. This perfect storm of…

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    Online Dating and the Self An Analysis of Computer Mediated Technology and Impression Management in conjunction with Self-Efficacy and Self-Esteem. In our modern society, technology has rapidly and progressively evolved at an unprecedented rate. As one article tells us, Not only are the necessities more than covered, many aspects are dedicated to more personal wants/needs. One such aspect is that of dating, a custom designed to pair one willing participant with another in order to procreate.…

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    Online Dating Harmful

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    Online dating is not a new concept; it has been around for decades, yet only recently has society seen its rise in popularity. The latest surge in online daters is likely to be linked with advancements in technology, especially the enhancement of mobile devices allowing users to bring along their dating applications wherever they go, and the general increase of internet users. This once stigmatized system of dating is now seen as an easy, and convenient way to find a partner. Online dating sites…

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    Romantic relationships can also be formed through the internet. Currently, couples can meet in many different ways. Oftentimes, they are the same sources used to create platonic relationships. They connect through mutual friends on FaceBook, internet chatrooms, and dating sites. Dating sites are the only type of technology that is not made for platonic purposes. Dating sites are increasingly popular (Ansari 42). Aziz Ansari, a popular comedian and actor, wrote an article for Times magazine about…

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    Over the past few years, online dating has grown from being a stigmatized way to find dates to a popular way for new couples to meet. The growing popularity of online dating has led to the creation of many new dating apps. Although OKCupid, Tinder, and Plenty of Fish have had long reigns at the top of the online-dating mountain, many people are flocking to new apps that put unique spins on meeting people. Bumble Created by some of the people responsible for Tinder, Bumble is an app that seeks to…

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