At first this looks like some random spam:
Subject: Find a sexdate - Free registration!After a bit of "wtf" I decided to check out the WHOIS details to see who was spamming:
From: "Q-dating" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, January 18, 2010 3:19 pm
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Chantal 24 jaaronline
Single, searching for sexdate!
I'm not ready to settle down
and looking for a sexbuddy
Irene 34 jaaronline
Married, looking for date.
I am a loving wife of 34 years looking for a nice man.
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Company: Realcom LimitedOh, well that's kind interesting.. they appear to be based in the UK. A quick check at Companies House does come up with a Realcom Ltd.. but it's a wholly innocent and unconnected company in Oxfordshire.
Name: Andy Ling
Address: 33, Throgmorton street
Country: UNITED KINGDOM
Postal Code: EC2N 2BR
Phone: +44 7937 082 210
There's not much of a web presence about from this Dutch-language review [autotranslated] which also complains that the site is a fake and that unauthorised credit card transactions have been made.
A bit of searching around finds some related domains:
Email-pro.net [Parked].. mailings.email-pro.net is on 18.104.22.168
All infrastructure is supplied by UKFast (abuse -at- ukfast.co.uk)
There are plenty of other dating sites to choose from.. some of them may even be genuine. But given the complaints and the questionable WHOIS details, then probably best to avoid this one.