Plus, the people who run the site seem genuinely interested in getting user feedback and acting on it.
Who’s It good for Older people looking for companionship, activity partners, a travel companion, dating or a long term relationship. By connecting with your Facebook account, it matches you with a person, called a “bagel,” who is a friend of one or more of your Facebook friends.
Two years ago, AARP partnered with the then-fledgling dating site How About We to create an over-50s version.
Like its all-ages counterpart, it’s designed to get you out and dating fast rather spending weeks on get-to-know-you emails.
You must fill out the complete questionnaire and then go through the three levels of what e Harmony calls a “guided communication” with a prospective partner whom e Harmony has chosen for you – this communication is an exchange of questions, then a round of makes/breaks and finally a series of questions designed to dig deeper.
Only after you’ve completed these three rounds are you able to directly email or chat with a potential date (however, it Just as with (see below), e Harmony has been criticized by many on consumer review sites for subscription cancellation issues. Basic per month is $59.95 or around $85 for 6 months, but special offers might be available.
Who it’s good for People with lots of Facebook friends who are looking for quick meet-ups and casual dating.