However, the last time I took e Harmony for a spin, their website seemed like it was built in the same age as dial-up internet.The interface was clunky, archaic, and there were no decent looking young women – likely due to the price tag.I tried it out for a month, made no progress, and promptly cancelled my subscription.
Put a good product out there, and I’m happy to pay a monthly subscription fee.
What I don’t want to do is be hassled with having to keep track of a virtual currency, much like running a tab at a bar.
To me, it just screams of a scam, which is why I don’t bother with online dating sites such as Zoosk. A new app that’s considered up and coming, but you can click here to read my extensive thoughts about it.
Scam websites are easy to recognize by their absurd fees, pop-up ads, and unrealistic (read: women in lingerie) images of all of the “girls” on the website.
Hinge is supposedly the “Tinder of relationships”, and I’m admittedly ranking this off of the I’ve seen from it than first hand experience.