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On the occasions when the ‘dates’ went the full course and the catfisher involved met the women face to face, the women were told that Mr Peacock was busy and that he was his cousin, who had been sent in his place.
Incredibly many of the women stayed and the ‘date’ went ahead.
Unfortunately however – currently catfishing on UK dating sites and apps remains as a significant and growing problem.
Ms Coffey has urged all online dating companies and social media sites such as Facebook, to be more proactive in monitoring their webites for this practice and providing warning messages to users that they also need to be vigilant.
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The Daily Mail article from Rebecca Evans can be viewed here: Tuesday 18th July Labour MP for Stockport Anne Coffey used an adjournment debate in Parliament to debate making the practice of ‘Catfishing’ – the stealing of someone’s identity and using it online illegal.
He eventually tracked down the ‘Catfisher’ through a private detective.
She also believed that everyone using online dating sites would share her own honest intentions – “When one is feeling so very genuine about the experience, you can’t understand why anyone would waste their time on a dating site unless they are feeling the same way.” Driven by a dangerous mix of excitement, naivety and desperation, Penny chose to sign up to Matchaffinity.com, an online dating site within the group.