Vi DA is an online dating management agency that uses data -- both internal and external -- to ensure efficient use of online dating sites for its clients.Internally, the company tracks 19 variables related to every first message they send out on behalf of their clients.That doesn't really answer your question, but I can say I do not visit any kind of porn, adult or dating and I have 130 or more emails from them in my box now..I type to you. When I found out years ago he was trolling these types of sites I hit the roof. I could not wrap my head around why he would be doing this. I must be a moron for thinking he could ever change! I will say I have a FB page and I am on the internet far more than he is and yet I don't get that type of email at all. One of those accounts was mainly used as a way to snoop on the estranged husband's dating site profiles. And that account was used to enroll in several of the dating sites as part of that. Of course, past actions may indicate something else, but that would then be a different story.
My latest concern is the amount of dating site spam he receives. I get Latino singles (and I am not hispanic), Russian brides (and I'm a female), Match.com, and people who supposedly "found my profile" and want to send me photos! Within minutes, shoot, even seconds, the email would come pouring in. Dating sites, porn, politics, selling toasters, wanting political discussion. Once your IP address is being squirted out onto the internet via email, someone is grabbing that information and using it. Once your email address is "passed on" or compromised , it continuously gets passed on and on and on etc (ie sold on).
That being said, it's my turn to ask for some imput. We are in our mid 40's with grown children who do not live with us. The sad thing is that even when times are good he has exhibited some pretty bad behavior. I can not speak for your hubby, but I know that I am an ecstatically married relationship coach and do not surf one single "dating site" and yet at this moment right now I have 133 emails in my inbox and 303 in my spam filter, and about 1 in 3 of those emails is some sort of "Singles" ad or another. One of the things I had to do was to set up what was called a honeypot. All we had to do was click on a link on even nonsexual websites. And we'd use the email address to send and receive email--not even to any odd addresses at all. You will never get rid of it, all it does is increase.
From a technology and price perspective, Zoosk is on top of its game, so you definitely won’t regret downloading it.
If he has 500 spam in his mailbox, I would say half or more are from dating sites. I have known that in the past (during his bad behavior times, he has cruised Adult Friend Finder type of sites). My Dear Hubby can see my screen, and he knows that I do not go on even ONE dating site. It's enough to make you both be impressed with antivirus software vendors and want to light your laptop on fire and go offline. Only with an effective spam filter or any action by service providers will it reduce but even then its a constant never ending battle.
The tool (pictured) is available on the web version of the site from today, and will begin rolling out to the Android app 'over the next week' Gmail's Block option complements its unsubscribe tool (pictured) which makes it easier to remove your email address from mailing lists in one click.
Unsubscribe has been available on the web version of Gmail since last year but is now similarly being made available across Android devices To block emails on the web version, open the email and click the drop-down menu in the top right-hand corner.
The authors of “Freakonomics” discovered that 56% of men that create an online dating profile do not even get one single message while Jupiter Research found that 97% quit within 3 months.
Scott Valdez, Founder and President of Virtual Dating Assistants (Vi DA Virtual Dating Assistants.com) advises that informed decisions yield better results.
I use Yahoo as my mail provider and am on Windows 7. Some email programs and services automatically filter spam based on common key words, the number of people the message is being sent to, or the sender’s reputation. Unfortunately, email that people don’t want runs the risk of being marked as spam.