There wasn’t ever any reports made by media or even a response from Singlesnet. Now I’m not sure exactly when it was hacked, but I came into possession of this database from a trade I did with a friend. The date on the file was 2011 so I’m assuming it was hacked not long after eHarmony. In fact, this database was just as glorious as eHarmony. It contained 16 million records of emails and plaintext passwords. I treated this database the same way I did eHarmony. The contact mail operation was back in full force. I actually found the farticle (fake news article) I used to promote the work from home programs.