In the meantime, I suggest learning to love yourself, and then, figuring out if he's The One.Once you've worked through both of these processes, you'll have a better idea a to what you have to let go of within yourself, so that you can honestly trust your partner (and in turn, yourself), to never have to question his fidelity or honesty again.Various studies have found that older adults are the fastest growing segment of online-dating services. So if you're looking for love, this can be an ideal option.Tinder may have rock solid reputation for being the hookup app, but there's a new player in town."Can a person get messages from one of these mobile dating things if someone doesn't sign up/or leave that particular cell number?I had one from which transfers into a sex website (porn pics, etc.) and I never have been on one of these in my life! I am afraid my boyfriend is lying to me." My first reaction was to ask the reader for more information to clarify her situation.Therefore, to answer: what you've received is most likely spam.A quick search for found that they've used several Florida-based Google Voice phone numbers to spam random cell numbers with the message, "Hi I put a pic on my page on just sign in and check it out ;-)".
Those, they say, who want “to meet couples and singles to have one night stands, friends with benefits, extramarital affairs, swinging or any other type of casual sexual relationship without commitment and emotional attachment.” It's clearly working.
As with anything like this, scamming and fake profiles can be an issue.
To address it, the Casual X team will be manually reviewing each new profile.
Casual X is an app that's catering exclusively to people who want encounters with no strings attached.
It's billing itself as “Tinder Minus Marriage-Minded Daters,” and it's launching today for i OS (available for Android soon).