For someone with very different values or interests, they would probably never see the people I match with, but would be shown people who share their values.
Since I’m polyamorous, I don’t necessarily stop using a site if I establish a relationship with someone, so I have years of *successful* experience with OKCupid.
Our Recommendation Since it’s free to try e Harmony and review your matches it only makes sense to give it a try.
The worst that can happen is that you’ll waste some time filling out the questionnaire and you won’t be pleased with any of the resulting matches.
What isn’t shown is the overwhelming majority of users who didn’t find their true love using e Harmony.
With any product or service it’s easy to find outliers that have had an extraordinary experience.
Among other options, they allow people to list themselves as “seeing someone”, “married”, or “in an open relationship”.The only question is why would you buy someone a year’s worth of e Harmony, or stay on longer than a month if their software is supposed to be so effective?This seems counter-intuitive and leads to an obvious flaw in their system.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.