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Ashley Reccord, community manager for Christian Mingle.com, says online relationship hoaxes – such as the one involving Manti Te'o or those detailed on MTV's "Catfish: The TV Show" – haven't negatively impacted business for her company.
In fact, she says, this time of year the dating website usually experiences a spike in traffic."While our business continues to thrive throughout the year, we do see an influx in traffic around the start [of] ...
the holidays that runs through Valentine's Day," Reccord told The Christian Post via email on Tuesday.
"We attribute higher traffic to the New Year's resolution crowd as well as to singles wanting someone special to share the holidays with, as it's the time of year when you want to spend time with family and loved ones."More than three million users joined Christian Mingle in 2012, she says, bringing the website's total number of members up to more than nine million."Catfish" is a term that refers to a person who creates a false identity through social media sites and uses that identity to form deceitful relationships with others online, according to MTV."Catfish: The TV Show," which follows Nev Schulman and Max Joseph as they uncover the truth behind suspicious online relationships, has demonstrated how these relationships often end in heartache when emotionally invested people discover they have not been talking to the person they thought they were.
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