Planning to get married? So you register at a matrimony site and subscribe to their email updates.
The email updates/newsletter, sometimes will have a damn beautiful chick – so you click and search for her – though you may not find her, you might end up settling with somebody else – atleast that’s what a matrimonial site thinks of!
Well, a smart guy just figured out that the pic (in one of the email newsletter) was a model’s pic sourced from imagesbazaar.
The site in question is SimplyMarry – we sincerely hope that this wasn’t a marketing ploy (if it is, it’s quite a sad one) as faking data doesn’t serve any purpose.
But why would a user fake her profile (and is there a check on images that are uploaded to the site?) – Is it coincident that the said user profile (if real) makes it to the email newsletter?
What’s your opinion?