Who doesn’t want to find a mate at some point in their life? You can come and go without checking in with anybody, you can have all of the space you want to do whatever you want, and you have the opportunity to keep your dating options open until just the right person comes along.But with that being said, finding a person that you can face life’s harsher times with, while also having that person be there for the beautiful moments, is really a great thing to have.So to help in this area of finding a mate, a lot of folks have gone the digital route instead of the bar route, and spend their time cruising dating site profiles instead of cruising the local neighborhood singles bar.And among the most popular dating sites are e Harmony and Match.com, both with aggressive advertising and huge marketing efforts.
The only irregularity was that it seemed like I’d often get matches far outside of my strict criteria that I had set.“Fast forward to the last month and I started receiving matches again but went only on 1 date. Not exactly a stellar record, but I’m hoping that the next few months won’t’ be as busy at the office."It’s safe to assume that many e Harmony users who weren’t as satisfied as Frank would be happy to go on four dates in three months. Like e Harmony, it's a challenge to find folks that were completely happy with the site.
said it pioneered the dating site industry when it started back in 1995, which sounds rather strange considering there weren’t that many people on the Internet in the mid-90s for a site to have a decent dating pool, but we’ll take their word for it.
The creators of the site also say they receive stories from hundreds of happy couples who met and courted each other on the site.
If true, this would suggest that may be a little better at bringing romance ito their customers' lives.
But, like e Harmony, many clients complain their membership renewed when they didn't want it to and many complain of double-billing. “Since then I have been charged 3 times 9.54 through Pay Pal.