100 dating women email to email
I've used other dating sites, and they tend to be more prohibitive to pare down the type of person you are interested in, you have to answer a litany of screening questions, etc.
does have its share of people looking to scam, hook-ups, liars, cheaters, etc., but a conversation or two and/or a quick meet-up for coffee or a drink can usually uncover those who are there for their own selfish reasons.
You could say I am full of BS, or you could agree with me because I am actually talking about the real world. I asked for pictures and eventually had quite a few. All 6 lived in other states and NONE were from Georgia!
This is the worst experience I have ever had a with a dating site. Horrible quality of men on here and their "matches" match you with people that do not match, not to mention creepy old men in the fifties and sixties try to email me. I ran the images through Google's image search and one of her pictures turned up on another site that was not her. I've had to email Match and explain that I don't think it reasonable to be getting all out of state matches.
From my perspective, it works exactly the way a dating site is supposed to.
After I saw this I immediately canceled my subscription and deleted my account. So far when I get any attention from good looking ladies they turn out to be scammers.
Harvard Business School graduate, Mark Brooks, has been an expert in the Internet dating business since 1998.
He is currently the CEO of Courtland Brooks, a consultancy agency for the Internet dating industry, and runs Online Personals
I've been on the site off and on for years and never had a problem.
Women write me, I write them, we exchanged numbers, and I go on dates.