Hard to accept that it's totally free without there being something amiss! You pay to send email, but the recipient can't even read it, let alone reply, unless they're a paying member too.Plenty Of Fish, also free, was interesting for a while but no fish were suitable there for me. Of course that has little bearing on the profiles themselves. On top of that, you aren't told who *is* a paying member and who isn't.
I would get out more, but having finish study I dont' have much of a network for going out (and meeting people) and most of my female friends aren't around no more (shakes fist). A very bad one my so called partner of nearly 4 years is a member trawling for women his screen name is beewild from redcliffe don't believe a word this liar says!!!!!!!
The problem with most free sites is that, registration is too easy -username, password & check some boxes, so you end up with a lot of messages from clowns & scammers, you know "the babes that look too good to be true", and probably some kids under age because the only requirement is basically "click here if you are over 18" Let's face it the sole purpose of a free dating site is not about dating, but to get you to click their ads because that's how they make their money.
and it doesn't matter to them if a 5 year old clicks ads or an adult. I won't name the site (so I don't sound biased) Now I notice I get responses from genuine people because on paid sites people make an investment and there purpose is to actually meet someone.
In the three or so months I was on there, of the 30 people I chatted to, not one left because they found a partner.
One female I spoke to would receive 30 requests for contact on an average Saturday night.