To get a feel for how dating on works, new users can sign up for a free account.Only paid members have access to the full range of Match features, but free members can create a profile, conduct searches, post photos, and send winks.Sav at ** took it upon himself to delete my account because I put him on notice about the number of scammers I was meeting. The Good: I loved the idea of "match percentages" and that I could browse invisibly. If you must waste your time and money there, or if you've already signed up, let me give you some tips.1) If a person answers exactly 15 questions (it must be the minimum for a match), even if they write a decent profile, they're probably not who they say they are. 2) If they ask you to "exchange contacts" (what American says that?
Today, the Meetic Group is in 15 European countries, and is part of the Match Group.
It's not the website's fault that people are liars, cheaters, and scammers. I began to do some digging and saw that the guy had ads posted on several sites on the internet, posting for sexual contact with other males.
One guy I met was an alcoholic who couldn't keep a job and was trying to get over a long-term girlfriend who had dumped him. And he used the SAME online name (and photos) on all the sites. The next day he texted me, asking if I wanted to come over to snuggle and watch a movie. The most recent guy I met on the site has become a good friend.
He claims if you don't upgrade to a paying membership within 3 months they suspend your account without warning so if you're in contact with someone you lose out. Just like with everything else, this website must be approached with caution.
I HAVE actually met and dated real men from the site. We dated for maybe two or three months and then he had some kind of meltdown because I didn't have sex with him on a date. I found out he was bisexual later, when a male friend (who is gay) ran across the guy I'd dated when he (my friend) responded to a craigslist ad.