The company launched its first website in January 1997 and expanded its business in more cities throughout Russia and Ukraine.
Following the growth of Anastasia Date, the company spun off three websites during 2007, each connecting western men with women from different areas of the world: Amo Latina, Asian Beauties, and Africa Beauties.
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Over the time it has been ranked as high as 65 949 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from France, where it reached as high as 23 036 position.
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After they pleaded guilty, they were sentenced to five years in prison.
The Guardian journalist reported that "none of the men I became close to on my tour ended up in lasting relationships, and the majority appeared to fall victim to a number of sophisticated scams".
A girl on the site who was interviewed "explained the whole sordid array of techniques, from a light impersonalised online-chatting version to a full-service chauffeur-driven platinum fraud, where men are rinsed of cash for a full week in Odessa, thinking they are cementing a lifelong relationship while actually they are being strung along on platonic dates that end with them dispatched to the airport with heavy hearts and empty wallets".
Cam share (audio not enabled) costs six credits a minute. The Fortune article observes: "And thanks to people like me willing to pay to talk with beautiful young women like Anastasia – who was paid to respond – the trade is doing pretty well".
In September 2015, suffered from a series of DDo S attacks that rendered it inaccessible to users for four to six hours every day.