The deal with this dating site:
eHarmony is an online dating website that has been around since 2000. Like most adult dating sites, it matches single men and women looking for long-term relationships. The site headquarters is based in Santa Monica, California and it claims it has members in more than 150 countries and operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. It was originally touted as a “Christian dating site”.
This adult dating site has most of the standard features (but not video chat) and boasts about it’s specific “algorithm” match making technology. Specifically, they brag about matching people on compatibility, not just common interests.
- Extensive online dating research that they publish on their eHarmony blog.
- Lots of singles to meet with, all looking for the same thing (a long term relationship).
- A high marriage rate among clientele.
- The 258 questions that you must complete before being “accepted” by eHarmony.
- It’s a pay site.
- Originally it did not accept any gay couples (so it’s has a history of bigotry).
- The customer support is very bad, they don’t even have their phone number on the website.
- Misleading advertisements, ones so bad that they’ve actually been removed from the air.
- No video chat.
- Singles that are all pretty much the same…
Bottom line: eHarmony is out of tune with reality.
2 out of 5