A mother who has created a Facebook group for Yorkshire women to report abusive, unfaithful and lying men says it was created as a force for good.
Sarah Webb, 35, from Leeds started the Facebook group ‘Who talks to whom – Yorkshire‘last year after a negative personal experience with online dating apps.
The mum-of-two was inspired by the national groups “Who’s Talking To Who” and “Prick Adviser” which claims to be “like TripAdvisor but for men.”
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Sarah said she started the group as a support network for single Yorkshire women because she didn’t want anyone to go through what she’s been through.
It happened after Sarah was heartbroken after finding out that a man she had met online on a dating site had lied to her about being terminally ill and cheating on her.
The relationship lasted for months, during which time Sarah was tricked into believing that the man she loved had cancer, which was why he was often unreachable and she went days without seeing him.
She later found out the truth when another woman messaged her on Facebook confessing that she was also in a relationship with the same man.
It was also discovered that the same man was also seeing two other women.
Sarah said: “I started the group last year after having had a really bad experience with online dating.
“I was seeing a guy for about nine months and out of the blue a girl texted me saying she’s been seeing him for three years and he’s been seeing two more as well.
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“He told me and my daughters that he had cancer and was undergoing treatment, but it was actually one of the other women he saw who had cancer, that is. that’s why he knew so much about it.
“I was a member of the national ‘talk to who’ group and thought it would be nice to have one just for Yorkshire.
“Online dating is a minefield and there are a lot of men who are in a relationship or who are violent and I think it’s good to have a support group where women can come together to talk about it. .
“When I challenged him he blocked me, my heart was broken.”
Sarah explained that she set up a group of cheaters to prevent other women from having a similar experience.
She added: “No one should be hurt.”
When asked if she suspected something was wrong, Sarah added: “It was very weird that his phone wasn’t using it near me and I only saw him twice a week he was making up apologies like he’s tired of chemotherapy or work. “
The group currently has 132 members and women often post pictures of guys they date or talk to asking if anyone else is talking to them or knows anything about them.
Sarah is now happy and in a new relationship with a man she met through a mutual friend, but still continues to support single women who face the “minefield of online dating”.