Not familiar with the site but here's how I found out about others like it.
A few weeks ago I was googling old work colleagues to see how they turned out and one (then a 19 year old intern with a $50K BMW as a high school graduation gift, now 30) is now not only a successful media director but pops up on several cheating sites. I revisited them today and saw that some of those photos and records have since been deleted (busy boy) but he can't remove himself from all of them apparently, and his reputation will be tarnished forever. Here's a remaining record, paraphrased:
"Told wife he made a mistake right after sumptuous wedding and Polynesian honeymoon and nearly 2 year engagement even though he'd been cheating with gal co-worker for over 6 months, then began new office affair two weeks later during nasty divorce battle he initiated. He even lied about the wedding ring (repurposed mom's diamond). This narcissist enabled by his mother is to be avoided."
Remember, folks - googling job applicant names and accessing their Facebook accounts are now go-to tasks for HR.
Here's the detail that will interest you all the most - this kid was (and still is) a gorgeous, 1,000+ lb leg pressing, lantern-jawed, 6'5" bodybuilder who'd make MOTD the second someone creates a fake profile here with his pictures.