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Report a mispronounced word. Now in my 40s, after my time in the City, I worked as a dealmaker for a large, ambitious internet company in the US, before realising a long-held dream of becoming a published author.

More than half the UK population is now single, according to the Office for National Statistics, and the largely unregulated dating industry is estimated to be worth hundreds of millions of pounds.

Matchmaking services are emerging with increasingly adventurous fee structures — particularly in central London, which has more than its fair share of wealthy singles. Discretion and privacy are understandably sought by all involved, making it hard to get a reliable gauge of the success rate of these services before joining — or even indeed how Bespoke dating service operate.

Most of my London social set had settled into family life by the time I returned, and I knew I needed to consider other ways to Bespoke dating service a partner. I soon eschewed online datingwhich struck me as too time consuming and unpredictable. For years, people did not seem to know who they were meeting online, where photos and profiles could be notoriously misleading.

Then, Tinder came along. Tinder interacts with Facebookmaking it more likely that you will identify others you know when dating online.

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