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In response to the tragedy, issued a statement last weekend on its official Weibo account.“After verifications, [we found that] the late We Phone founder Su Xiangmao and his ex-wife Zhai Xinxin are both jiayuan.com’s members and have completed real-name authentication respectively, ” the statement said.Laura He is a senior correspondent based in Hong Kong.She covers capital markets and business in Greater China, including IPOs, secondary markets, private company fundraising and other corporate news in the financial and tech sectors.Follow Laura on Twitter @lauraliuhe." data-title="Laura He" data-html="true" data-template=" Shares of Baihe.com, which owns China’s largest online dating website, plunged by almost half after the site was accused of failing to verify personal information about a woman who allegedly drove her ex-husband, a successful technology entrepreneur, to suicide.Su Xiangmao, 37, the founder of the Skype-like We Phone app, killed himself last Thursday and left a note accusing his ex-wife of lying when they met through jiayuan.com’s VIP service and blackmailing him when their one-month marriage ended.

Su Xianglong, the brother of Su, said on his verified Weibo account that Zhai had lied about her marriage history, while jiayuan had failed to verify her the information in her profile.

Jiayuan has more than 170 million registered users and 107 physical stores providing matchmaking services.

In December 2015, Baihe acquired the Nasdaq-listed firm in a deal that valued it at about US0 million.

The increase was driven by a rapid rise in revenues from its VIP matchmaking service.

In the first half of 2017, Baihe registered a 137 per cent surge in revenues to 180 million yuan.

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