A woman whose dating app is named “match dating” has become a trending topic on Twitter after a user shared her story about the app.

According to the post, a man called “Roxanne” asked her to meet him on a date in New York City.

When she arrived at the meeting place, she found out that the location where she wanted to meet the man was “match” dating app.

The woman said that after her date left, the man began to give her a hard time.

When he tried to talk to her, she told him that she did not want to have sex with him because she did want to meet someone, but he insisted that she had to go to the bar.

She said she told the man that she was sorry, and he then told her that she could not go to a bar if she did.

She told Mashable that she asked the man why she had been told that she couldn’t go to bars if she wanted a date.

The man said that it was because of the “dating app” and that he did not know that she needed to be a part of the app, but she told Mashability that the man did not stop there.

Roxane told Mashables that she ended up meeting the man, but then she started having nightmares.

“I felt like I was being controlled by him, and I wanted to be free,” Roxanne said.

“That was my last time ever being controlled.”

Roxanna said that she went to the New York police department to report the incident, and she was told that the officers were handling the case internally.

The woman also said that the police department told her they did not have enough resources to investigate the case.

“I was told it was a private matter, and it wasn’t going to be investigated.

The police department did not take any action on it,” Roxane said.

The New York Police Department did not respond to Mashable’s request for comment.

Ruth R. Smith, the founder of MatchingMe, told Mashups that she found the experience difficult to believe.

“You get to the point where you’re being controlled,” she said.


Smith also said she was very disappointed with the way that the New Jersey State Police handled the situation.

“When we told them that we did not believe the information that the gentleman provided was credible, that it did not match up with the facts that were being presented, that the information was not reliable, they didn’t care,” R.smith said.


Smith said that while she was shocked by the situation, she was also disappointed that the men who were the ones who were telling Roxanne that she shouldn’t have gone to the bars and that she would have to meet another man were still in their 20s.

“What they did was to try and get the word out, to try to get people to believe something that was untrue,” R and Smith said.

“If the men were being so young and immature, what did they think was going to happen?

It doesn’t matter.

If they knew they were being controlled, it’s their responsibility to get their facts straight.”


Smith said that MatchingMed is currently working with the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office to investigate what went wrong in the case, and that the company plans to make the police report public.

“This is an egregious case of an abuse of power,” R Smith said in a statement.

“We’re looking forward to making the police reports public, and the company is doing everything we can to make sure that this does not happen again.”

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