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While it is free for new users on e Harmony to view their matches, they must sign up for one of the paid plans to initiate contact wtih other members.Members have the potential to decline a match, meaning all contact stops.also offers free viewing of matches, but new users must sign up for a paid plan to email or IM other members.They may "wink" at members, but even paying members may not contact them until they've signed up for a membership.
e Harmony uses what it calls "29 dimensions of compatibility" based on a compatibility test.
Profiles may include interests, exercise habits, hobbies, political views, education, faith, background values, and whether the member has or even likes pets.
Users may add up to 26 photos and even import photos from Facebook.
You're probably sending the "gift" to a Zoosk created false or old profile of a woman who USED to be on Zoosk ten years ago, or Zoosk purchased the pictures and data from other scammy dating sites. Almost all of the female profiles show pictures that are obviously ten, fifteen or twenty years old evident by the backgrounds, clothing styles, and vehicles from the selfies women take, in their 2002 Nissan, with turtle shell sunglasses covering two thirds of their faces. They're ALWAYS older than their listed age, and I don't mean by a year or two; it's more like...a DECADE or two! when you finally do connect with a real woman, who lives within a 20 mile radius of you, she's ALWAYS a PLAYER who is married, with kids at home, and is scouting around for free drinks, a sugar daddy, a hook-up while hubby is out shuttling around the kids to baseball, soccer and hope they don't show up at the same restaurant she told you to meet her at (happened to me! Seriously, you're better off making small talk with seemingly single women in the produce aisle about the price of broccoli, going to a church social, or taking an adult Ed class like cooking. My sympathies to those where this was actually the case. Oh yes, until he messed up and told me he was from Seattle. I would like to get into their organization as a spy to see how they manipulate people. What I am unhappy with are the text messages that say this person or that person is interested in me. Obviously, Zoosk did not delete my profile or is sending fake information in the hopes that I will re-open my account.
They send me emails with pictures of women whom they claim like me and ask if I like her.