Photo courtesy of Coffee Meets Bagel. The app took off after the sisters appeared on Shark Tank to pitch their idea in January It's what inspired the global launch today of the app's newest iteration, called LadiesChoice. It's so named because women get to make the first move: Explains Kang:
Coffee Meets Bagel dating app's Aussie launch targets how women want to date
Coffee Meets Bagel goes anti-Tinder with a redesign focused on profiles, conversations – TechCrunch
I was on CMB for a couple months last year and did connect with several local men and went on a couple dates so there are real legitimate men on there looking to date and not scam. But I was approached by scammers as well. Relatively new to the world of app dating I knew enough to avoid certain things: I managed to avoid and unmatched those I felt were fake. But there was one man who did not immediately fit the red flag categories although there were some which I ignored and I started chatting with him off line.
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Whether you're straight, gay, bi, or otherwise, dating as a guy can be rough. Sometimes you want to make the first move, but you don't want to appear over eager. After all, if it's a lady you're pursuing, chances are she's received more than a few unsolicited messages already. But if you play it too cool, you risk getting beelined into the friend zone or getting ignored all together. The proposition can be frustrating and intimidating, especially if you don't know what's out there or where to start.
Happy Valentine's Day! Or not so much, for users of the popular dating app Coffee Meets Bagel. A data breach may have affected over 6 million app users looking for love. The company sent an email to users Thursday to address the issue.