Okcupid never pay for online dating
I am going to contact the BBB as well as American Express, which I used to pay for the service. I used Ok Cupid years ago and there were some decent people on there and I even met a few.Now, a few years later, I decided to try it again after moving to the Montreal\Ottawa area. Had profile after profile of very attractive females in my area appearing in front of me.There were TONS of members in Montreal and Ottawa and in between. I slowly started to make my search more and more broad and there were still only a handful of members that had been on the site within the last month. When you first enter the site, they show you profiles from people that have probably not used the site in a very long time, but they don't tell you that.I decided to pay for the Premium A-List account so that I could search for the criteria I wanted. I noticed that unlike in the past, there is no way to know when the last date someone logged in. But "Thank You for your Credit Card Information and we have falsified your amount likes to take your money"!!("A-List Premium" was introduced years later with an additional /month charge and more features.) Free users still "pay" for the site via advertisements, which A-List users can disable.While Ok Cupid's public-facing blog is typically transparent about changes, features, and site-driven research, the company elected to only inform users about this visitor-tab change via e-mail. Even if it's been restored, you're going to be suspended again, again, and again, for literally no reason.This is an exclusive site for a circle of special people that the moderators personally approve of.
I find it really amazing that someone can set up a fake profile using someone's email, with you not sending a confirmation email requiring a confirmation reply before setting up that account - to ensure it is legitimate.
I advise that you do so for security purposes - and that's standard today.
I have never used your service nor do I use such websites.
The service's reliance on questions, data, and match metrics (broken down into categories like sex, ethics, and religion) differentiated the service from its '00s peers (and gives it less of a "hook-up" reputation than the photo- and location-focused Tinder).
If you're interested in a user for any reason, you can follow that up by either tapping a "like" button (much like Tinder) or sending an unsolicited message (unlike Tinder).