By Kyle Olson
When people are facing serious debt and financial problems, finding and keeping stable relationships could become an issue.
However, a Web site launched by the Myvesta Foundation may be just what the doctor ordered. Steve Rhode is the founder of Myvesta Foundation in the United States and the Chairman of Myvesta UK in the United Kingdom.
DatingForDebtors.com, is advertised as a free dating service that gears its services toward people struggling with debt.
Although the site does not guarantee an actual "date," it does suggest that by joining the free dating service, people having issues with debt will be able to make new friends.
The general idea behind the creation of the website is to offer individuals faced with debt an opportunity to network with those having similar problems and provide much needed friendship and encouragement.
Oftentimes, people experiencing financial hardships such as debt or bankruptcy may be plagued with feelings of low self-worth and depression. DatingForDebtors.com seeks to rally individuals around common themes - getting out of debt and sharing helpful conversations.
Features on the site include: chat, member email, advanced search capabilities, instant messaging, and photo galleries.
The site is open to everyone, but the major emphasis is placed on individuals with debt issues.
While some may hold the opinion that a debtor dating service may not be the most practical route to take when dealing with debt, there are those who feel that this site offers a needed and valid service for individuals burdened with debt, which is friendship and understanding.
The site states that people don't get out of debt overnight - so they might as well have fun on the way to becoming debt free.