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She said: ‘Obviously I hadn’t dated for years and I was horrified when I kept getting naked photos from weirdos.
So when Ashley contacted me and seemed really chatty I was simply relieved to have met a man who seemed normal.’Ashley, who lived 128 miles away in Bournemouth, said on his profile he was ‘unhappily married.’The couple exchanged emails.
Some 37 per cent of this age group confess in engaging in internet affairs and cybersex.
After being bombarded with shocking photos from tens of men showing their private parts, the man she began dating spun her a web of lies.
IT consultant Ashley, 50, said he earned £25,000 a month but the reality was he was bankrupt.
When her marriage ended, mother of three Marie Cotter, 38, decided she wanted a no strings relationship – and joined an affairs website.
But she says what began as some fun has now ruined her life.
She said he was always trawling online affairs websites but the bottom line was he would always go back to her.’It was then Marie googled Ashley’s name to find him listed as a bankrupt.‘I was devastated,’ she says, ‘it seemed everything he’d told me was a lie.
He even tried to accuse me of harassing him when it was him pursuing me for a relationship.‘It seemed as if Ashley were a fantasist and I was just a pawn in some sort of bizarre game with his wife. I’d let myself be duped by this person.’Marie sank into a depression.Recalls Marie: ‘Ashley said he worked in IT and earned around £25,000 a month.He had two children and he and his wife remained together for their sake.‘I can imagine some might say I joined an affairs website so must have known what I was letting myself in for.‘But in hindsight I was very vulnerable because I’d just come out of a very long relationship.I am the sort of person who takes people at face value.Now suddenly he rang and coldly said, “I don’t want to see you anymore.” I was crying on the phone.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating