Twoo com dating
If you get an email from a social network showing the picture and name of one of your friends on FB, or from any other social network that you use, try to contact the person by other means to make sure they really sent it, or just delete the email entirely. Yes, I have seen better but trust me, I have seen worse.Don't click on the link or sign up to the website because it will only grab your personal info and contacts, and do very annoying things in your name. In my opinion it is okay and nowadays that means something.There's no way in hell she could insist in getting me to pay attention to her again after what she did.In the last text message she had sent me she promised she would not bother me again, and recognized that she had screwed up with her actions.We all know about the popular dating sites; mutch, POF, tinder, wejustfit.com, etc.But I would say that Twoo is close to being on the same level as these main players.
In my opinion Twoo, Mingle2day, POF, and Tinder are the few sites which work just fine.
Just like Twoo is doing now, once you click the link in your email, would automatically validate your profile without your consent.
But you had no control over the profile once it was created.
I think at that point she understood that she had messed up, and did not contact me again. But frankly though, after reading about Twoo's sketchy practices online to boost their clientele, I honestly don't think that the invite I received came from her.
At least not with her full knowledge, much less with her approval.