They usually have a proven track record of helping other BM members (aka ' BMers') and have shown special dedication to the site.There is also an events calendar, so if you want to add any events, then follow the instructions in the calendar or send us an email. You can create a profile, upload photos, respond to Private Messages, check our forums, join our events etc completely FREE of charge.You can also opt to upgrade your account, removing adverts from the site and allowing a few extra features.The funds raised through memberships goes towards promoting the site with full-page adverts in magazines such as Bike, Performance Bikes, Ride, MCN etc as well as online advertising on Facebook and Google.This platform was the first iteration of the company’s current turnkey dating software.In November 2012, Channel 4 News revealed that the company had created a team of employees whose job was to create fake accounts for its network of websites, in order to send large amounts of flirtatious messages to genuine users.Former employees revealed that their job, the details of which they were not permitted to discuss with anybody outside the organisation, was to search the profiles of genuine members from around the world, select the most attractive photographs, and create artificial profiles, known as "pseudos".Each employee was responsible for managing up to 15 different pseudos. Firstly, it was intended to coerce genuine members who had registered for free into paying a membership fee, in order that they could respond to the messages which they had received.
All our members are single people in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland just like you, who are looking for a bit of craic and romance. We have strict rules – no married people, no sexual profiles.
BM was started in the summer of 2006 after over 3 years of development as an offshoot from Bike Chat.net, predominantly aimed at being a dating site. Matt is the site owner who designed BM from the ground up (as a hobby) and continues to maintain it with voluntary help from the moderators who are here to ensure forum etiquette, check profiles/photos are legit and to stop you (the members) from being spammed by malicious users.
However, over the years it has progressed into a more broader social site with members organising ride outs, meet ups, BBQs, international trips and we’re now in the 2nd year of our very own rally – started and organised by the BM Members – the K. The moderators can also help you with any site issues or queries, but please check the Help page first.
Secondly, it was to dissuade paying members from cancelling their monthly subscriptions: the pretence would sometimes continue for months, until the victim put too much pressure on the employee for a real-life meeting, at which point the pseudo would use one of several previously-prepared strategies for discontinuing the interaction.
In some cases the employee would then target the same member, using a different pseudo.