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He is currently remanded in custody and set to make a video appearance in a Toronto court on Jan. Toronto police allege that Porter used the internet over a seven-month period to "contact single women via online dating websites, luring them into potential relationships." Police allege that once he'd gained the women's trust, he defrauded them of more than ,000 by opening bank accounts and credit cards in their names.Sarah, one of his alleged victims, told CBC News that Porter was "attentive" and "charismatic" and "seemed to ask all the right questions." CBC News has agreed to protect her identity.
She’d met Porter in November 2010 on Plentyof Fish, a free Canadian online dating site.POF, as it’s known colloquially, is one of the biggest players in North America, boasting some 30 million registered members. Online dating via plentyoffish doesn't cost you a dime.“This case is an important reminder to businesses that they need to review their unsubscribe mechanisms to ensure they are clearly and prominently set out and can be readily performed,” said Manon Bombardier, the CRTC’s chief compliance and enforcement officer, in the release.“We appreciate that Plentyoffish Media changed its practices once it became aware of the problem.” Plenty of Fish describes itself as the world’s largest dating site, having recently surpassed 100 million members.
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