To say that Robyn Stewart has encountered duds through online dating would be an understatement.
The retired federal law enforcement agent, for some reason, kept receiving e-mails from convicted criminals looking for companionship.
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“There was a line about my law enforcement background — that seemed to get the jailbait off of my scent.” Since signing up with A Little Nudge in May 2011, Stewart has been on six “really good” dates.
No, she has not met “the one,” but has made some new friends. Erika Ettin, the 30-year-old founder of A Little Nudge, makes no guarantee that she will find customers true love, or even a date.
“I knew I had something going when someone I used to date asked me for help.” A Little Nudge is not the only company providing Internet-dating services.
Target in Arlington has been knocking out profiles for the past four years, while sites such as The Profile and serve up prefab profiles.