Dating website rejects ugly people

We gave the power to the members to let them define beauty in a very democratic way," Hodge told CP.Rejects of the site are notified by email that members of Beautiful did not find their profile attractive enough.It must be a bitter pill to swallow, but better to have had a slice of heaven then never to have tasted it at all," said Hodge in a statement.

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EXCLUSIVE: These stunning singletons from around the world are all looking for love on elite dating website Beautiful People.com, which prides itself on rejecting 'ugly' applicants.

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Usually, applicants to the dating website must first be approved by members of the opposite sex within a 48-hour period of registering, Hodge explained to The Christian Post.

Those whose appearances receive a majority of positive votes are welcomed as official members to the site and people who failed to attract enough votes from their looks are booted from the site, he said."is founded upon a basic principle that we want to be with someone who we find attractive.

Little is known about the attack, even amongst seasoned security experts.

"No one in the anti-virus business has seen this malware or heard of anything like it before," noted Sophos senior techology consultant, Graham Cluley.The other 30,000 were purged from the site, which refunded over 0,000 in membership fees.The breakdown of people deemed too "ugly" to join were: USA: 11,924; UK: 3,156; Brazil: 2,911; France: 2,340; Canada: 1,220; Germany: 1,205; Australia: 1,093; Japan: 998; Russia: 840; Denmark: 470."We have sincere regret for the unfortunate people who were wrongly admitted to the site and who believed, albeit for a short while, that they were beautiful.(Source: go.com) The attack allowed everyone who applied to the site in recent weeks the 'thumbs up.' Beautiful management weren't alerted to the problem until members began to complain that the site's 'standards' appeared to be slipping."We got suspicious when tens of thousands of new members were accepted over a six-week period," Hodge admitted.K', 'Hmm no, not really' and 'NO Definitely NOT' based on photographs and a brief profile submitted by new applicants.

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