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So I would say yes, the filtration process for creeps is much better still not a very successful way to meet someone I believe.
The consumer service is super crappy as "per terms and agreements" seems to be their only response to any dissatisfied customer.
You can pay for a membership but can never opt out until your time runs out. So I'm thinking, well a year is a long time, so if I have a boyfriend, I'm meant to just stay on this site until the time runs out?
That's just a fight waiting to happen but hey, maybe that's what they want, just to keep you on eharmony forever *shudder*.
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why does e harmony resort to paying spammers to send ads that are annoying me daily. This is a get rich for this company; you cant freely speak to anyone and the matches they choose are so left of my right. I contacted them and told them I was receiving no matches and was not receiving any value for the money I was spending and asked for them to cancel the six month contract. I get about one match a week which consists of about 3 sentences...maybe. With all the hype and money they spend on ads to get you hooked I expected wayyy more. Eharmony doesn't work like other sites where it shows you only a few matches every few days which can be a good thing, makes you think it was a well thought out process.
The "matches" I've been sent don't coincide with my preferences--at all.
The few men who have contacted me are not people I would ever consider dating, primarily because of our very different socioeconomic circumstances and education levels. I'd have little in common with a retired house painter.
I'm going to try as a few reviews say it's much better than the other sites that are available, so feeling optimistic about that one. e Harmony claims to have a sophisticated matching algorithm that considers a lot of psychological questions.
I doubt that the responses of these questions are being used at all. This site doesn't give you the choice to look up matches yourself.