Gather information about you then sell your email address, photo's, yes they sell your pics to all sorts of companies. As it happens my now wife is a VERY senior federal government employee.You can forget about working for any arm of any government department and increasingly companies are using the info you give to the" free" dating sites to screen applicants.I have friends that love this because it takes some of the trepidation out of meeting people; there’s always the sense that “Hey, e Harmony thinks we’d get along.” You have to wait for e Harmony to get around to sending you profiles and you may not be a fan of whom it thinks you’d like.Moreover, if you’re interested in a same-sex pairing, you can forget about that here; heterosexuals only, please. Match Match is the most similar to newspaper personals – it doesn’t try to be much more or less than that.Well, I’ve personally used Match, e Harmony, Plenty of Fish and OK Cupid.
It's a short walk through downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, but somehow the trek feels arduous. Frind's online dating company, Plenty of Fish, is newly located on the 26th floor of a downtown skyscraper with a revolving restaurant on the roof.Never physically laid eyes on them and they've asked me to send them (not a few dollars but thousands of dollars).I've spoken to a Solicitor and POF are responsible for these types of occurrences. Think about how they can make a profit from a " free" service..I joined February 4th, around 7 AM, and received a total of one vote, two winks, and six messages.The messages were all nice, although one user messaged me three times.