BBC journalist Lucy Webster. A British journalist has shared her devastation at being warned off a popular dating website because she uses a wheelchair. The BBC's Lucy Webster took to Twitter to expose a popular matchmaking site, posting screenshots of the email she received rejecting her application to join and forcing the site into an apology. The email, from the Matchmakers Dating site, read: "Matchmakers Dating is not a specialist agency and our experience of disabled dating is limited". The email went on to say that the company "found that achieving good outcomes for full-time wheelchair user clients can be quite challenging" and added: "As we get more enquiries from the disabled, we are considering developing a specialised brand for the disabled dater.
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Sacha, 55, from Dulwich in south London, says the website matched her with lots of men straight away who began sending her emails almost immediately. I got so many [emails], all very similar. I thought 'Oh my goodness, what have I done? In the space of just over two weeks Dating. What Sacha didn't realise is that each time she read an email it cost her 10 credits.
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