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Are you looking for love? It’s a difficult enough task on its own, without it being further complicated by using bad dating websites. And let’s face it, there are a lot of bad dating websites out there. Websites that make promises they can’t keep, sites that have astronomical charges that are hidden away in the small print, and there are websites that offer a free subscription, only to charge people once the free period is over, even if they unsubscribe.
But it’s not all bad. There are some fantastic dating sites out there, sites that have managed to pair people together for a love that will last a lifetime. We aim to help you determine which is which. We do very diligent research to let you know the good from the bad. We review honestly, and we don’t hide the negatives from our readers. If something is good, we tell you, if something is bad, we don’t skirt around the issue, we tell you.
Not only do we want to help you find a partner, but we want to protect your wallet from would-be scammers as well.
What Qualifies Us?
Simply that we have been consumers in the past, and we noticed widely varying quality between dating websites. We also noticed a lack of good dating site reviews out there. Also, we can dedicate our time to ensuring we thoroughly research each aspect of the websites in our in-depth reviews. Including things which may not be apparent until you’ve been a user of the dating site for quite some time.
We are also not after your money. We don’t benefit in any way by giving you poor advice and we are so confident on these sites that if you face problem in any stage just contact us, we are gonna help you and give suitable suggestions.
Our Top Picks
Let’s take a quick look at some of our top recommended dating websites ( for more thorough reviews, follow the links).
Match.com have been in business now for over a decade, and they wouldn’t last that long as one of the premier dating sites on the web if they didn’t have something to offer and if they didn’t look after their customers.
When using Match.com you can be sure that you are using one of the most widely used and established sites on the internet. And with its large user-base, there’s plenty of good dates to choose from.
The one minor downside is that it’s severely limited for free users, but once you sign up it’s one of the best websites out there.
One particular aspect worth mentioning is the MatchWords feature, which works like keywords in a search engine, this helps with finding the ideal match.
eHarmony is another long-established website that has a lot of users to pick from, only you don’t do the picking. They have a unique approach, in that they (eHarmony) do the matchmaking for you. Obviously this can be both good and bad. On the one hand, they take a very scientific approach to finding you the best date. On the other hand, they may pair you with someone you have absolutely no interest in based on their looks.
If you’re the type of person who keeps hooking up with the wrong sort of date, this website can be very useful. If you’re not great at choosing your own dates, why not let someone else try?
Chemistry.com works a lot like eHarmony, with one main exception, it’s also for homosexuals. The main downside is that it’s only available to U.S residents at this time.
Like eHarmoney, the matchmaking system is very scientific and based on a number of different factors. And like eHarmony, this science-based matchmaking has been shown to be highly effective for many people, and may mean that you end up falling in love with someone you may never have even considered as ideal dating material.
PerfectMatch.com is yet another dating site where much of the match making is done for you. Obviously it has the same benefits and pitfalls as other dating websites of this type. It’s not as well-known as some of the others, but when using the service we had a good experience. The vetting and matchmaking are among the best there is.
It’s a pretty good website as it is and can only improve with time as more people sign up.