As soon as you sign up, you have to pay to see even the pictures of the matches.Such a money scam and my first question from a member who I couldn't even see was "Do you believe in pre-marital sex?
I only had this service for 5 days and cancelled it, I had no contacts that I was interested in and those I thought I would like to meet was not interested in me. They will charge you way too much for lame matches!
Not enough people use it because it sucks and is way too expensive.
The vast majority of people are not pleased in any way, shape or form about the potential new couple, but, even through the flames, a few diehard #Drifties have emerged.
BTW, Drifties (aka fans who ship Tay and Drake) = Swifties Drake. Anyhoo, Twitter has been mostly a sea of savages today with all the memes you'd expect to see in a trash fire like this.
So basically you end up with a bunch overweight, ** balding old guys. I'm thinking of reporting them to the BBB for false advertisement.
And when you actually want to get rid of your profile there is no way to actually do it. After 2 months I only had 3 people send me messages and I immediately received an email from e Harmony each time stating that my matches account has been closed for fraudulent or compromised activity and then my account was hacked and had to be closed. My latest match was from someone stating he met his match but his friend who is not on e Harmony saw my profile on his computer and wanted to try to connect us.The women in those letters were not imagining the fact that it seems like there is a dearth of men; this is especially true if you live in urban areas like New York, where females far outnumber males.From Oyer’s economics perspective, this is a simple problem of supply anddemand." One might as well join Craigslist for free and get the same men.I've never seen a dating site with all grayed out photos until you pay. The way it was explained I thought I was signing up for one month, if you are going to sign up for this service or any dating service BEWARE because it is very confusing. They will trick you into a membership you can not cancel for a year!A new survey at the University of North Texas found that singles who used Tinder are more likely to have lower self-esteem and feel unhappy about their looks than non-dating-app users.