Especially if they don't respond to friendly texts. You must sort it out yourself and try to remember who fits your profile and who has already been rude, or ignored you, etc.
This has been absolutely the worst dating experience of my life. When I was 35 back then I was a hot little thing, and my self- esteem was good.
Then there are the ones who want to date, but the ex is still living in the home with him. My profile says I like NPR, and one guy texted me that apparently I don't love my country.
At least half the men I reach out to don't have the decency to respond in any way.
Tried to cancel due that I haven't been on here very long and already realized what a huge ripoff it is. When you take something like this seriously and realize, that these companies are connected to a myriad of other online dating sites, it's just deplorable. Profile changes in text and added photos are instantly "approved" leading me further to assume they don't even have real employees. Then they show up later, oblivious to your trying to chat with them prior. Before canceling I checked and many emails had been sent "by me" that I know I did not send to "girls" -- girls I would never think of writing to based on religious preferences. Some with nice sounding names had different pictures than they did before that were clearly different people. Probably - I suspect that they keep your photos for their own use of them long after you are gone to use in their scam of real people who want someone in their life. No, really, I'm serious, that's what he actually said.
Sad thing the company rips you, doesn't help when the people you choose to talk with are doing the same thing. The company was contacted and did not remove these profiles. Tomorrow I'm going to the bank to get a new debit card since they now have my card number, expiration date and security number on the back of the card! I've been stood up twice for that first/introductory meeting. Two guys (the only widowers I have actually meet so far) have claimed to be widowed for quite awhile, but in fact for only 6 months or less.
Unlike other free dating sites, we’ll put you in touch with people you’ll want to get to know – people with shared interests, values, and core personality traits that we know form the basis of great relationships (and can spark great dating conversations)!
Here at e Harmony, we love our site and we want you to too, which is why we encourage you to sign up and look around, review your matches, and start getting to know us a little better, for free.I contacted them to try to find out why, and received a ton of advice for techy things that I could not understand, could not get any real help. I joined on 1/4/17, Its only been one day and realized what a big ripoff this site is, very few choices to pick from then the ones you do talk with try to scam you out of money. They "like" your profile and may even chat with you. Many pretty faces 30 years my younger even though my profile stated I would ignore such types. At first many contacted me but then they taper off. I found a scammer (I didn't lose any money but wasted several weeks texting with him).Plus most of the men on the site are very scary looking. Their command of the English vernacular is horrible. One or two would act interested as if to lead you on in chat so you don't cancel. The profiles you look at never check yours back at all so they are all ghost just to waste your time and lead you on, I think. It kept telling me I have mail or flirts when nothing was there. The ones that contacted me showed up as online but really aren't there. One guy told me on the third date that if we continue to date and become involved that he expected me to give him control of my assets.Now, after six months of this crap, it's in the toilet. His profile said he was a widowed Veterinarian from Texas.I'm very verbal with other ladies about staying away from Our Time and any other site like it in Idaho. He was raising his 16 year old son and caring for his elderly mother (one hell of a guy!! He gave me his TX cell phone # and an email address.Our Time should find a way to monitor answered/unanswered flirts and texts and filter non-respondents to the bottom of visibility, or something. Our Time, as an application, can't fix the pool of single older men in Idaho.