Various forums are full of thre from those who believe their "SO" ificant other was on the site.
But users of the dating site are also turning to the web for help. For the purposes of this article, we will chaf to her as "Amy". She has been married to her husband for 10 years. But recently she became interested in the idea of having an affair.
She cat heard advertisements for Ashley Madison on local radio, so a year ago she ed up and began looking for a man livee whom to have a relationship. However, she says she never messaged anyone and soon closed down the. But six months ago she created another and this free trial adult chat she wanted to address questions she had about her sexuality by contacting other women.
This time she did find someone to talk to. They ed one another, she says, for several weeks.
She was someone who had been married for a while cyat she had always been curious about that side of herself. They were due to to meet, but at the last moment Amy called it off.
She says she became fearful and began to feel that her marriage was something she didn't want to jeopardise. She has distracted herself with work for now, but comments that she feels stressed and that the episode has affected her sleep.
She checked an online tool to search for her address in the leaked database and was surprised to find it there, along with other information such as her postcode, gender and the name associated with her credit card. It's not clear mzdison has happened in this case, but it's possible that the database was downloaded by hackers before the date on which Amy paid for her information to be removed. Either way, she thinks there is now a possibility she'll be found out.