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Topic # 124686 16-Jul-2013 11:48 Send private message

Hi all,

  I am wondering if anyone has had experience with, or requests from twoo.com .  I hadn't thought much of it until the 3rd request from the same someone I don't know. It seems a bit suspicious to me and I wondered if anyone had experienced it. Three friend connect requests from the same (first name only) user seems a bit too persistant for a genuine site.

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  Reply # 856336 16-Jul-2013 11:54 Send private message

Yeah I have had a few and just deleted them and blacklisted the site.

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  Reply # 856337 16-Jul-2013 11:55 Send private message

Its a dating site.

From wiki : Twoo.com is a free social discovery platform launched in 2011. Eight months after launching was the world's No.6 most popular dating website




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