Frumster is an online dating service aimed at Orthodox Jewish singles. Frumster which is play on the term frum and the social networking website Friendster asserts its adherence to Orthodox values and is often featured in the Jewish media[1].

The website was originally found as Dosidate in 1997, but relaunched as Frumster in 2001.[2] The site, which offers a free and premium subscription, boasts a membership of over 30,000 and is the largest Orthodox Jewish online dating service and claims to have matched 1222 members since its creation December 2001. In 2005, it announced its 500th wedding.[3][4]

The site has attracted controversy for refusing profiles from people describing themselves as Conservative[5] . The site is now open for convervative, reform and traditional Jews.

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This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original article was at Frumster. The list of authors can be seen in the page history.

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