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At first, it felt like shopping and I would feel rejected when 'Dan from Twickenham’ said he wasn’t interested. I’m currently single, but the experience has been overwhelmingly positive.” Internet dating makes sense for those leading busy lives or for those who don’t regularly meet new or suitable people within their existing social network.It can also be an attractive proposition for people re-entering the dating arena after the breakdown of a long-term relationship, or after a divorce, because it allows them to be clear about what they are looking for.
“I say to clients: 'As mature individuals, you’ve taken control of your finances, health, family matters…
They decided on a mountain- biking weekend in North Wales for their first encounter and, despite the mud, torrential rain and a few injuries, it was a hit and the two have been a couple ever since. Tigger tried living in the Shetlands for nine months but couldn’t find work and had to return to London.
They are now travelling between their two homes but hope soon to find a way to live together permanently in one place. “I totally recommend it and keep telling my friends to try it,” he says.
Jasmine Wiltshire, Telegraph Dating’s development manager, believes the main attraction is trust.
“The site’s affiliation to the Telegraph means that people join, expecting the service – and those who use it – to be of a certain standard.