"Close to 45% of our members are single, over 50% are attached and they are interested in a wide range of experiences." Segal's appointment was announced last week, and he's clearly aiming to clean up the company's image.In one spot from the new advertising campaign, a man makes "an unexpected connection" on his commute. Another ad, however, shows a woman in a relationship exchanging a flirtatious look with a man in a hotel. Because I was posing, I was as respectful as possible.
The release included data from customers who had previously paid a fee to Ashley Madison to supposedly have their data deleted.
The controversial online dating service is trying to make itself over as a dating site, instead of a hotbed of infidelity, fembots and hackers.