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Plenty of Fish is a very bad website with no real security. Hackers hack the accounts on there, and then they hijack personal (and already active) email accounts, in order to send out phish. This is particularly a problem due to the fact that most email carriers do not focus on email accounts that have long been active with many accumulated contacts over time. Spammers and phishers rely on an account user's contact list to send out their phish, which is less likely to get caught by spam filters, since the account is already a legitimate account.
In some cases, the phisher/spammer does not change the email passcode, which continues the illusion that the email account is still in the legitimate user's hands and control. When they send out the phishing emails, then they delete their evidence out of the sent folder, so that when a user logs back onto their email account, and if they get accused by one of their contacts that they have been phished by them, then when they check their sent folder, it appears that no one was ever in their email account to begin with. These hijackers are very clever.
Remember: these a-s-s-h-o-l-e-s only want one thing: your money or your identity, in order to get your money. Nowadays, old-fashioned viruses were only meant to wreck your computer, but spyware and adware are meant to wreck your life! Almost all advertisers nowadays are spies too, with their tracking cookies and data minors. Our governments have turned into spies too, claiming that they are "watching out for terrorists", which is b-u-l-l-s-h-i-t. Learn how to use your hosts folder and your privacy tab in IE to manually block tracking cookies and data minors and advertisements on your accounts, so that you will not be tracked. Download Sponsored Ad Blocker too or get Super Ad Blocker, which is a paid version.
Lastly, regardless of what people want to think about Google, they are now in the spyware business. They are in league with Omniture (2o7) which is one of the worst spies on the internet. Nothing is sacred to Google, as they want to know everyone's business so that they can give you back 400 million websites on a search for "brass plated paperclips in cardboard boxes packaged in Kenya".
So, a word to the wise: Marcus on PoF is only interested in getting one thing in life: lots of poontang, which is why that dork invented the site for himself in the first place. He couldn’t care less about offering customer service or security to his clients.