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Love-cheat firm breaks it off with Ireland Staff reluctant to commit to infidelity services

Love-cheat firm breaks it off with Ireland. Staff reluctant to commit to infidelity services.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
22nd June, 2014
The company behind Ashley Madison, the Canadian dating website for people who want to cheat on their partners, is shutting down its Irish headquarters after struggling to hire staff.

The company behind Ashley Madison, the Canadian dating website for people who want to cheat on their partners, is shutting down its Irish headquarters after struggling to hire staff.

Avid Dating Life Europe, which applied for voluntary strike-off with the Companies Office this month, had built up financial assets of €2.8 million.

The accounts showed profits of €677,724 at the end of December 2012, an increase on the previous year’s loss of €184,384.

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