eHarmony.com is a general dating site visited by Four,167,975 people/month.
These people visit 20,582,651 times/month at an average of 11:37 minutes/visit.
The majority are Female, 35-49 Years Old, Caucasian with a College Education and a Household Income of $30-60k per Year.
On eHarmony.com, your gender odds are 0.56 boys/woman (or 1.78 women/man).
Updated on 2008/11/09.
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eHarmony was a waste of time. I have nothing good to say about it right now.
Very few matches.
No photos without subscribing.
Longest registration process I have ever had to bear.
How was I rewarded for wasting almost an hour of my life?
Five matches with no photos!
To say that I was “annoyed” would be an understatement.
Requires registration to access price list page.
Stir along. Nothing to see here.
I do not recommend doing business with companies that are not open with their prices. Subscription price is basic information needed to make a purchase decision. In my opinion, hiding a price list behind an hour-long registration is consumer-hostile behavior that should not be tolerated.
Note: This comment was written instantly after I wasted so much time for so little. I was not a blessed camper so please take it with a grain of salt.
eHarmony gets decent traffic so there must be *something* good about it. Hopefully someone with a better practice will be kind enough to share their story.
I did a little test. Un-harmonious had sent me 11 “supposed matches”.
I fast-tracked all 11 with the same polite comment.
I said, “if you would be so kind, I`m doing a little test, please just
write back and say , thanks, not interested or anything, just so I know
you are for real, I would appreciate it.” NOT ONE WROTE BACK.
This was over Two years ago. Now what are the chances!
I don`t understand why except take your money and provide no service.
It would seem to me with the ease of computers, 1+1=Two. Is this so hard?
Same with Matchless, I noticed Dr. Pack stopped promoting them also.
Fresh people, save your money. After learning our lessons, we end up on
the free sites which are actually subsidiaries of some these rip-off sites.
So see you on datehookup, plentyoffish, singlesnet and craigslist.
Just reminisce, if it sounds too good to be true…,you know, and for good-
ness sake don`t send anyone ANY money. Good luck my friends…,j…,