iPhone Apps and Websites Serve as Digital 'Wingman'
iPhone Bizz, November 20, 2009
The PeopleFinders Network, the premier provider of online and mobile people search
services, today announced the addition of Stud Or Dud and Are They Really Single
iPhone applications and Websites to its portfolio of services. The applications arm
singles with the only tool they need to find true love: their Apple iPhone.
Stud Or Dud and Are They Really Single provide today's singles with quick, easy-to-view
reports that can help them make important decisions about potential love interests.
The reports are based on background information including age, marriage and divorce
records, criminal history, business ownership, property ownership, evictions and more.
With Stud Or Dud and Are They Really Single, people in the dating scene now have the
tools they need to determine if Prince Charming is really Mr. Right.
"Stud Or Dud and Are They Really Single provide a new line of defense for people to
protect themselves against those who misrepresent who they are, or who they aren't,"
said Bryce Lane, president and COO of PeopleFinders. "In the time it takes to order a
beverage, people can easily run a comprehensive background check on their iPhone using
our new apps. It's a quick and easy way to weed out any white lies or half truths that
sometimes pop up in conversation when you first meet someone."
Stud Or Dud a.k.a. "Stud/Dud"
To conduct a Stud Or Dud search, users simply enter a name, age, date of birth, phone
number, email address, city or state. The application quickly performs an extensive search
through PeopleFinders' proprietary database of public records and publicly available
information, and formulates a comprehensive profile on the person of interest. Based on
criteria such as stable address history, real estate ownership, business records,
professional licenses, bankruptcies, criminal records and evictions, the application helps
users determine whether the person might be a "stud" or "dud."
Are They Really Single a.k.a. "Single?"
Are They Really Single, known as "Single?," helps users confirm that a potential love
interest is, in fact, single. To get started, users enter a name, age, date of birth, city
or state. The service then searches through information pertaining to marriage, divorce,
spousal and other domestic relationships, and creates a list of people who have or had long
term relationships with the person. The service then compares the gender, age differences,
last names (current and maiden) and other relevant data to find existing relatives or
spouses, resulting in a relationship indicator report.
Consumers can purchase each application for $0.99. This allows users to order an unlimited
number of Stud Or Dud or Are They Really Single reports. Both services are also available
online where users can purchase a single report for $9.95 or an annual membership with
unlimited reports for $24.95.
Both Stud Or Dud and Are They Really Single are available online at
Consumers can also download the applications to their iPhone by searching
"Stud/Dud" and "Single?" in the iPhone App Store.