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The first thing you need to know about this site is that it is hardly free.
Oh sure, you don’t have to pay anything if you don’t mind a constant stream of annoying banner ads and other advertisements constantly flashing across your screen.
Any jerk can make a profile saying they’re a gorgeous woman, and then laugh as duped guys like me send them emails requesting a chat or a date.
And if someone leaves the site, their membership stays up, so even if they were legit at one point, now your emails just go to an empty inbox.
Despite massive success as the most popular free online dating site, (Plentyof Fish is arguably the largest, but not the most popular. People tend to have a love/hate relationship with Ok Cupid.
Peer around the corner and you'll spot the self-effacing (but proud) techie-geeks, gamers and nerds.
That being said, there are more problems with the site than benefits, and I’ll discuss those after laying out the costs: Regular Membership: Free A-List Membership: .95 – One Month Membership .95/Month – Three Month Membership .95/Month – Six Month Membership The cons to this site really kind of overwhelm the positives.
Oh, but there is a way to get rid of those ads – to upgrade to a paid membership.
), being shuffled into a “preferred” section on search pages (seems elitist), and being able to look at someone’s profile without them knowing that you’ve looked them over (stalker mode ON).
There were a few things that were nice about the site.
I’ve got nothing against the world’s oldest profession in principle, but I was looking for something more like a possible relationship.
The ads on teh site with the free membership are annoying, and the paid membership doesn’t get you too many perks.
I liked that the site had insta-chatting, because rather than waiting for an email to go back and forth, you can have a little chat in real time.