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A dating app has been dubbed 'elitist' for discriminating against singletons' social media accounts.
Loveflutter was released earlier this year and promised to match people based on their tweets, but its new feature has caused huge controversy.
In total, 23 people were arrested, including a 33-year-old IT technician who founded the website.
Customers were also asked to pay different membership fees to access data pertaining to the ladies.It just reeks of self-importance & self-aggrandizement.''People are always looking for a club that excludes other people, a primary problem with humanity, the I'm special you're not folks,' another agreed.One user questioned the entire point of the app, saying: 'This is a dating app that matches you with people based on your tweets. Last November, the Electoral Commission announced it was opening an investigation into whether Ukip had accepted 'impermissible donations' from IDDE and the Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe (ADDE), the political party to which it is affiliated.It followed an audit by the European Parliament which concluded that ADDE and IDDE used EU grant funding for the benefit of Ukip in breach of its rules, though the claims have been strongly contested by Ukip.
It was founded in 2011 and had 90,000 members and a similar business model to “hklovely”.