Liife allows you to remember and plot key moments in your life and upload new and old photos.You will then be able to share them with your close friends and family.She was convinced that Sgt Smith, whose profile contained half-naked pictures of a soldier, was in Iraq.
Kate Roberts, 47, was swindled out of £80,000 after fraudsters posted a bogus profile on a dating website.
Miss Roberts contacted US army sergeant Mark Ray Smith, a handsome 43-year-old widower with an 11-year-old daughter, after seeing the profile on the dating area of Friends Reunited.
“I've happy memories of finding the boy who threw me in a lake and telling him I'm now a best-selling author.” Its website was basic and clunky, but in the first few years of the 21st century all websites were basic and clunky.
Its appeal was all-consuming, often dangerously so: more than once was it cited in divorce cases.
Some of us even chose to contact former adversaries.
“Sad to hear Friends Reunited is shutting,” Jon Ronson tweeted on Monday in response to the news.Police later traced calls from a Nigerian mobile phone.Last night divorcee Miss Roberts said: “Aside from the money, I’ve lost the love of my life.“I had to sell my house to pay my debts, my credit score is through the roof so I cannot have any credit, mortgage or overdraft.“Hundreds of other women must be being conned.” Miss Roberts was persuaded to send money to a bank account and via Western Union after “Sgt Smith” said he wanted to buy himself out of the army so they could live together.I know he wasn’t real, but the feelings were real to me.