The best that can happen is you find someone you’re totally compatible with and spend a lifetime of happiness with.
I’ve tried several sites over the last 15 years or so, including match,com, Plenty of Fish, Friend Finder, eharmony, several that are no longer around and the one I have found most effective is OKCupid: All the important features are free, and their matching system is extremely effective.
OKC was low rated, but the written review had only good things to say about it.
Some of the higher rated ones were pretty marginal, so it makes me wonder if a dating service can pay to get a high rating on that review site.
What they’d really like to see is you sign up for their service at .95 a month or so if you get it on special.
They’d also be happy if you bought someone you know a gift membership for just .95 if you buy an entire year’s worth.
It sounds good in theory, and if you’re willing to go through the questions, review the matches, pay the monthly fee, chat with your matches, and meet up with them to see if you click, then it might work for you.e Harmony may have a slight edge by providing you choices that are matched at a deeper level than looks, age, or income.
With any product or service it’s easy to find outliers that have had an extraordinary experience.
I’ve met lovers there, including one who has been my partner for the last six years, and also several long-term friends.
Check out the review site that Alicia Nicole operates; her info seems to be pretty good. I looked it over, and the OKC review was reasonably good, but there was something odd.
The Commitment You have to complete their rather lengthy questionnaire that asks you all sorts of personal questions, including your religious beliefs and income level.
After that you’ll be required to sort through what e Harmony decides are those men or women that fit your profile.