Charly is a regular guest on Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour, and represented the entire online dating industry on BBC Newsnight, following the Tinder/Vanity Fair row.
At the end of 2015, Charly was chosen as an expert advisor for Lord Sugar in the final of the BBC’s The Apprentice.
It started with a Facebook conversation with a stranger, then progressed to Skype exchanges, declarations of affection and promises to meet up in person.
So why do dating sites keep failing to meet a lot of users' satisfaction?Charly has worked in an advisory capacity for numerous major dating brands and is currently writing a book at Tinder’s effect on the online dating industry.Here we are - year three, and I’m excited to say that the Awards are getting bigger and better!The victims are largely in their mid-40s to late 50s, with each gender as likely to fall prey to scams, said Sgt. Some, like Louise, have been cheated out of more than 0,000, he said."It's devastating, some of them have lost all their savings...It hurts their pride as well," he said."The victims are basically falling for that person, they have some type of affection going on, and the scammers take advantage of that," he said.