Generally, big dating websites put off people as they offer paid services.
People often have the misconception that they need Pay Pal accounts or a credit card, and the services are paid.
All you have to do to access these sites is provide your credit card information so that they may charge you at some point for your 100% free services.
Any insights you might have about free services would be appreciated. My credit card information is valuable to me and I won’t give it out for something that purports to be free.
Winning hearts is great, but should you have to lose control over your identity to do it?
For example, I just signed up with a service a couple of months ago where the 30-day trial period had a full feature set of their specific service.
In 2001, on a dare from my brother and sister, I signed up for JDate and went out with one person.
Long story short, we’ve been happily married for 10 years and have two beautiful children.
In my brief online dating experience, I joined many other hopeful suitors who trust these services with their personally identifiable information, credit card numbers, photos, and even details about their interests and lives.
But is that information well-protected by the matchmaking companies?