Ahead of Valentine’s Day on Saturday, the Better Business Bureau was warning about scammers who prey on people looking for love.
Forget blind dates and singles bars. More than ever, the road to marriage starts at your computer.
You might think a man who lives in North Carolina putting up a billboard in Chicago looking for dates is a desperate move, but Gordon Engle doesn’t think so.
Move over, Manti Te’o. Two women tell CBS 2’s Brad Edwards how they were duped online by “men” they never met in person.
In today’s busy world, more and more singles are turning to online dating and matchmaking services to find that special someone. But, as CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman found out, some singles have said they’re getting ripped off by one locally based matchmaker.
Illinois lawmakers are pushing for criminal background checks for online daters.
Despite the staggering popularity of online dating, a new review of research points to some problems. CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports.
Dating websites have come a long way. CBS Local counts down its top 5 places to find a special someone online.