Here is an example: HIVDating South Africa And a similar one Herpessingles It is clear from the examples that the signup pages are very similar, with just minor tweaks to fit the target market.
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Their needs, preferences and tastes are very different too.
Hope aims to provide unconditional support and a feature-packed STD dating platform for all these special people.” Using emotion-laden wording, romantic stock pictures of happy couples and a high number of 'success stories', these STD dating sites draw large numbers of subscribers looking for love. In 2014 the dating website was involved in a lawsuit when a user discovered his profile was also shared on other sites like AIDSDate, Herpesinmouth, Christian Safe Haven and Meet Black POZ when he was neither HIV positive, Christian or Black, and this despite the site promising a "confidential" service.
By signing up, you essentially give permission that your information can be made available to any of the sites affiliated with Positive Singles.
However, few people ever read the disclaimers and terms and conditions of signing up to a website, which may include clauses allowing the site to share information with other sites.
Most of the sites appear to be affiliated sites and indeed, Positivesingles has 364 affiliated sites listed on their website.
On further investigation one discovers it's basically the same website with variations based on the site's niche.