Eligon.ca is a new online dating community exclusively for busy
TORONTO, June 10 /CNW/ - If you're a busy doctor, lawyer or executive and
you're looking for love online, you have two goals: avoid dates that are after
you for your money; and, make sure that those you meet are truly who they say
Thanks to www.eligon.ca, a new online dating community completely
targeted to busy professionals, these goals are met. In fact, Eligon.ca is one
of the first - and only - online dating websites in Canada offering members
security initiatives. They include:
- Applicants must supply a resume
- Applicants must sign a legal agreement stating information is true
- Applicants must consent to ID verification and an ID report from a
CEOs, doctors, lawyers and other high profile professionals traditionally
stay away from online dating websites to avoid meeting co-workers, patients or
clients. They also seek like-minded individuals from similar socio-economic
positions - who are usually not found on traditional online dating sites.
"We launched Eligon.ca because we knew executives and professionals also
want to find love online - but they want to meet their socio economic equals.
And, they want to know members are presenting accurate and truthful
information," explained Boris Giller, co-founder, Eligon Systems Ltd.
Eligon.ca matches members according to a compatibility formula developed
with the help of Beth Mares, a Toronto psychotherapist and relationship
counselor with 20 years experience. This formula evaluates core beliefs and
values that are a common source of conflict among couples - while also
offering a computerization of traditional matchmaking practices.
Eligon.ca was launched after co founder Alexander Ratz overheard a group
of executive businesswomen sharing horror stories of online dating. All
expressed a desire for a safer and more secure online dating environment. That
led to the launch of Eligon.ca.
'Eligo' is the Latin word for selected. Visit www.eligon.ca.
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