Statistically divorces and break-ups peak after the New Year due to either a bad holiday experiences, tax season issues or other relationship related complications. In fact, the spring is widely known as uncuffing season since it’s the most active periods of the year for relationships to come to an end. Global online dating service Dating.com, part of the Dating.com Group, the company behind numerous online dating sites, today launched the Ultimate Uncuffing Package. The new Ultimate Uncuffing Package is designed to encourage and support recent divorcées in the transition from married life to the dating scene.
The package offers complimentary Dating.com credits for those most impacted by the seasonal shift’s adverse impact on relationships. Starting today, the newly singled who show divorce papers dated within the last year will receive $100 in Dating.com credits added to his or her account. Those selected may redeem their free credits for access to on- and- offline personal chats, photo/video sharing, and participation in livestream sessions, among dozens of other services available on the site.
“It can seem next to impossible to return to dating after a long-term commitment like a marriage ends,” says Maria Sullivan, Dating.com’s vice president and relationship expert. “We’re here to make it as enjoyable and stress-free as possible for those looking to reenter and succeed in the dating game.”
Members can find everything they are looking for this uncuffing season among Dating.com’s extensive, international network of singles. With access to millions of potential matches from more than 32 countries worldwide, members increase their chances of finding someone regardless of the uncuffing season odds against them.
To sign up for a chance at free credits, and view a complete set of rules, please visit www.ultimateuncuffing.com before May 24. The first 50 respondents will receive $100 worth of credit to their Dating.com account. For more information about Dating.com, please visit www.dating.com.
We wish all your guys good luck re-entering the dating scene this spring and summer!