Friday the 13th: An Unlucky Date But An Affair to Remember for Married Men

AshleyMadison Records Show This Day Full of Superstition is Also Full of Discreet Affairs

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Affair-seekers are predominately more risk-taking as a whole, so Friday the 13th does not scare them one bit. In fact, we specifically find the biggest increase in chats on this day amongst the married men seeking an affair with a single lady.

(PRWEB) April 13, 2012

Internationally-renowned affair service AshleyMadison.com has revealed some surprising information about the unluckiest day of the year: it's actually one of the busiest days for users chatting on the website. The notorious website looked back to 2009 and found that chat usage on the site triples on Friday the 13ths.

“Year after year our team of analysts prove that this ‘unlucky’ day does not stop but rather seems to excite and encourage people to throw caution to the wind,” says Noel Biderman, CEO of AshleyMadison.com. “Affair-seekers are predominately more risk-taking as a whole, so Friday the 13th does not scare them one bit. In fact, we specifically find the biggest increase in chats on this day amongst the married men seeking an affair with a single lady.”

Since its launch in February 2002, the site has drawn heavy criticism for encouraging adultery, but it has grown to an astonishing 13 million members in 22 countries. If you would like to speak with Noel Biderman regarding this, or would like more statistics revealing what goes inside the mind of cheaters, please do not hesitate to contact us – media(at)ashleymadison(dot)com.


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