Match and dating site
No matter how conservative your photos are many of the members only want one thing.
Men on Match always want you to give them your phone number and get off the Match platform.
Since 2001 this website has been connecting rich men with very fun women.
They claim that their member base has over 2.6 million users, almost double that of Established Men. That means that their income, profession, location, education, and more have all been vetted.
Once they have your number they are a completely different person. I made this mistake of giving my number and the results were scary.
One of the men had a mug shot in North Carolina for stalking.
I constantly receive matches that are outside of my set age range, mismatched according to my 'must haves,' matches that are outside of the distance I set, etc. I deleted my account after going on three dates with three men.
That means you can use their app on both the Google Android infrastructure and the Apple i OS Infrastructure.
This makes it safer and more secure for users who are looking for a real match.
These verification services are provided free of charge so both free and gold members can have their accounts verified.
When you view a match's photos, the 'send a message' text box at the bottom obscures any captions that may be attached to a photo (great web design Match.com! Also, in the 'who's viewed me' queue there is sometimes a mysterious red dot next to a match.
I was not able to determine what this red dot means, as searching Match.com's help-page did not produce anything. I received an error message (using both IE and Firefox, disabled Adblock on both, cookies allowed) that said: "Using Safari?
Generally, you receive a daily email with new matches.