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Ashley Madison to Open in the UK

Ashley Madison, the site whose slogan is “Life is Short, Have an Affair” is to expand to the UK market – after just recently opening in Australia.

The founder, Noel Biderman, a married father of two who is known in the USA as the ‘King Pin of Infidelity’ has come under fire for providing a vessel for people to easily have affairs.

Biderman replies that “Marriage is looked at as this institution that never changes but that’s just nonsense,”

“I wouldn’t have 5.5 million members if I wasn’t doing something right” he continued.

Are you in the UK and looking for an Affair? Join Ashley Madison now!

Or… do you think that this type of site is just bad news all round? Let us know!

Comments

  1. Putting the morality of Ashley Madison to one side, their operation is a scam. The site has predominantly fake female profiles and uses fake messages to sucker men into wasting more and more cash on the site. The reason they’re focusing on the UK and other countries is that their scam has been exposed in the US and thus their new sign-ups are plummeting. They’ve actually existed in the UK for over a year with little success thus far. They hope that by throwing some advertising dollars around here that they’ll find a new pool of gullible men to exploit.

  2. Steve K says:

    Pat,

    I think you are a bit harsh in your assessment.

    I see this as a news article being posted by Rosalind with her ‘Devil’s Advocate’ cap on, which will surely stimulate debate… as it already has.

    Cheers,
    Steve K

  3. Pat (Mr) says:

    ….Sorry for making two similar comments – I thought that the first one had been deleted.

  4. Pat (Mr) says:

    Hi Rosalind,

    Family is the foundation of our society and marriage is a very precious thing that should be treasured and honoured.

    You may say that people seeking an affair would do it anyway, but the publishing of this article and a link to that site implies that you think an affair is an acceptable thing.

    Why have a website that helps build lives at the start of a marriage, and then helps to destroy that marriage and family with an affair?

    Do you really want to profit from the destruction of families?

    Life is Short, Love your Spouse!

    Kind regards,

    Pat

  5. Hi Rosalind,

    Following my decision to start an affiliate business and my subsequent Internet research I considered that the best place to start was to read your informative books ‘The Affiliate Business Blueprint’ and ‘Make a Fortune Promoting Other People’s Stuff Online’.

    Then after visiting your NetProfitsToday.com website I tried out your recommended datafeed/CMS packages Bizzites and Datafeedr.

    Therefore, you have been an very influential person at the start of my potential new career, and indeed as you must be in the lives of the many other visitors to your websites and readers of your various materials.

    I want to thank you for all your work that has enabled you to pass your knowledge and experience onto me, and also other affiliate hopefuls like myself. 101Date.com is a quality website that also serves as a great inspiration.

    You have earned the right to be a most respected member of the affiliate and dating world. I think that such a position of respect and influence comes with a level of responsibility.

    I would like to politely suggest that you will loose some credibility by adding this particular post.

    I think that the other great articles that you have on the site will help many in their future and current relationships, but by promoting this affairs dating site you are very likely be partly responsible for damaging many lives – broken hearts of husbands and wives, children without both parents. Family is the foundation of our society and marriage is a very precious thing that should be treasured and honoured.

    The fact that you have a link to this terrible dating site shows that you are happy to profit from the destruction of other peoples lives.

    You may say that people seeking an affair would do it anyway, but the mere existence of articles like this implies that an affair is an acceptable thing.

    As you are a wise and knowledgeable person I’m sure you are aware of the real cost of affairs. Please consider using your influence to show that having an affair is very wrong and destructive.

    Why have a website that helps build lives at the start of a marriage, and then helps to destroy that marriage and family with an affair?

    It is my intention that this comment is received as a positive criticism.

    Congratulations on the continued success of your website and I wish you all future success.

  6. D. Mill says:

    The sad thing about the fact that this type of site is so popular is that too many people think that it is OK to cheat on a spouse. And these are the people willing to pay for getting hooked up. Think of all of the ones that just get hooked up with out any help. Little wonder why STDs are on the raise.

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