But people she spoke to told her they felt vulnerable using those sites."They don't like it because they get a lot of gold diggers, prostitutes, mail order brides," she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation at the conference in San Francisco, where Stitch is also based.You cannot initiate communication with other members via email, instant message or video chat.When you upgrade to a Gold membership you will be able to send and receive emails and participate in other form of communication including group video chatting with members as well as Passion’s cam models.
I live nowhere near either of those states, but since there are barely any users, this is just the best the app can do. Now, I understand that without paying for premium I can't access certain features, such as seeing the list of users who viewed me. What I'm not ok with is it still displaying the number of people who've viewed me as if it's waiting for me to go check it out, even though I can't. I enjoy using the app, but it seems that there are WAY MORE dude than ladies which makes things quite difficult when you are a Hetero guy. Rogo says one reason her start up has grown so fast is because of its "hip and cool" branding, which avoids the usual associations marketers use when pitching to the elderly."People treat old people like they're this weird species; they're just older versions of us," she said, adding that she plans to introduce a travel service, and maybe a cruise line. Editing by Katy Migiro.; Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers humanitarian news, women´s rights, trafficking, property rights and climate change.By Lee Mannion SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Marcie Rogo didn't see herself as a matchmaker when she started a website to help lonely over-50s find companionship, after watching residents in the nursing home where she worked sit alone in their rooms with i Pads.But love, sex and romance were also important for the elderly people using her site, Stitch.