Esther Lavilla of Exmatch, the company behind the Second Course dating service, said users can upload a picture of their ex-lover's face to the website, and it will then be run through FBI-tested facial matching software to find other users who most resemble the picture, The Local.es reported Monday.
The users are also asked to fill out forms listing their former lover's hobbies, tastes and bedroom skills.
"Most people use our service to relive their previous romance," Lavilla said. "But others end up using it as a healthy stress-relieving way to let out their frustration at having been dumped."
She said the service does not offer a money-back guarantee.
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