So why not join another Internet Dating site - there are of course thousands out there, and leave us ugly people alone.This site is for genuine people only - you won't find any ridiculous megalomaniacs with huge egos here so if even the ugly stick is scared of you, you have just struck gold.Finally uglies throughout the States are now able to get it together with one another.Run the search to find a fellow fugly and see if anyone takes your fancy !That’s the ugly message an exclusive international dating site sent to more than 3,000 members it gave the boot to Thursday for “letting themselves go.” “This may sound harsh, and it is the most difficult part of managing the business,” Beautiful People.com’s co-owner Genevieve Hodge said in a statement. It prides itself on being a network for “REAL beautiful people who actually look in real life as they do online,” according to its page.
Looks aren't everything in this world and the members on this site know that, they aren't expecting you to look like a an oil painting more like a Picasso.
“Letting unattractive people populate the site would compromise the very concept for which Beautiful was founded,” he said. The recent rejects were told in a ruthless email to “try their luck” on a dating site for “ordinary people.” The missive also encouraged them to reapply “when they are back looking their best.” Beautiful said free mentoring from volunteer beauty experts would be available to those who wanted to rejoin.
The free website, which boasts more than 800,000 users, first launched in Denmark 2002 and took off in the U.
Unfortunately, this rating system took a hit by what the website is calling an “ugly virus” which allowed 30,000 “ugly” people to be allowed in over a six-week period as a result of the rating module being down.
It seems Beautful was alerted to the issues after tens of thousands of new members were accepted that, as Greg Hodge, managing director of the service, put it, “were no oil painting.” The issue with the rating module is being attributed to the introduction of the “Shrek Virus” into the website’s infrastructure.