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LINA BOGATYKH
Dating Target Founder

WHAT IS DATING TARGET?

Dating Target is an online dating company that creates real romantic opportunities for singles all over the world. Launched in December 28 of 2017, Dating Target serves over 160 countries and territories. With its dynamic features and enhanced behavioral matchmaking technology, Dating Target is leading innovation in how couples meet, interact, and fall in love online. Simply put, Dating Target knows life and love better than anyone else.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT?

Dating Target is the only dating platform offering a unique set of dating services aimed at sparking truly meaningful relationships. The Dating Target algorithm delivers matches based on your preferences and lifestyle choices. It’s extremely accurate as long as you’re (a) honest and (b) know what you want. We strive to provide you with the best matches based on your preferences. Chat, phone calls, and video conferences are standard features offered as basic communication tools. Interactive virtual services such as 3D City, Cinema, Street Chat, and more are unmatched advantages available to help progress a relationship with someone special. A dedicated customer care team works around the clock in order to provide users with the best possible experience. All details you provide are kept strictly confidential and fully secure.

WHO'S ON DATING TARGET?
The Dating Target community consists of members from all walks of life who share common goals – to interact with other singles, find dates, form romantic connections, and meet life partners. Your neighbors, coworkers, friends, and other singles from all over the world are welcome to join Dating Target. Love doesn’t discriminate and neither do we.

SHINE Against Violence  & Abuse
By using Dating Target, you'll be helping women in need of protection.
A portion of our profits go to Shine.






Dating Target is the FIRST Dating Site Against Sexual Violence!
Assault Violence against women by anyone is always wrong, whether the abuser is someone you date; a current or past spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend; a family member; an acquaintance; or a stranger. You are not at fault. You did not cause the abuse to occur, and you are not responsible for the violent behavior of someone else. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, seek help from other family members and friends or community organizations.




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