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Anonymous SMS is no longer employed, and now they have their own messaging system.
Coffee Meets Bagel uses users' Facebook account information to help identify potential matches.
His endeavours eventually paid off, they graduated from Harvard, Stanford and The Parsons School of Design respectively, and they all began well-paid careers in their chosen fields.
Over lunch one day, the three sisters began discussing dating, and the common problems they had experienced dating online.
People are exposed to at least one match per day, but can only contact their matches if they "Like" them and their matches "Like" them back.
They decided that with the skills they possessed between them, they could set up their own online dating service, to fill the niche in the market.Kang said the insults -- which came in the form of emails, app reviews and You Tube comments -- were largely the same sentiment: "Greedy sisters." They were called everything from spoiled to stupid."At some point, I did wonder, if I were a guy, would I have been called all of these names?She later told CNNMoney that she wondered if people would have praised the decision if they were men, rather than calling them "gold diggers." "We said 'no' for good reasons, but the amount of emails and comments we got for rejecting that offer were incredible," she added.The sisters rejected the million because they believed that Coffee Meets Bagel would one day be worth much more.