We have already been on holiday together and everything still looks very positive.
The site received some media attention in early 2001, featuring on the front page of the Daily Telegraph on 17 April 2001.
Judge Neil Davey QC said: “You took advantage of their professional and social vulnerability.
"n order to improve the quality of your own life, you have ruined theirs.
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Detective Inspector Rich Osgerby said: "Online relationships tend to progress far more quickly that those offline, as people feel more able to be more open and emotionally honest.