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When I contacted them to resolve the issue, they failed to send me any match until I sent a complaint - after which I was sent one single match, who was again age 70. I feel that e Harmony's advertisements are a sham, and that their touted claims of being a top matchmaking company are nothing more than bravado and falsehoods.
They tell me to widen my search, but who wants to be matched to another person that lives 4-8 hours away? e Harmony has proven itself to be a major disappointment.
All I have to say it run, run very fast and don't join this site.
I will be telling everyone I know how horrible it is.
I must have sent friendly messages to at least 50 guys in the two months I used the service. " None of the other guys I wrote simple "Good morning. And those of us desperate enough to try to find love on a site like this are just the prey they are looking for, stupid enough to give them all kinds of personal information about us, and then dumb enough to pay them to take it, and most likely sell it for profit somehow. I asked him, "Is it strange for one to wonder why you are still on here if you "found" someone? I entirely expect to find that my personal information given to this site will be used to try to obtain credit under my name. I used the service initially and was able to cancel within three days and get my money back.
I think two replied back, with the exact same wording. Let's see, they know where I live, everything about my personality, my surroundings, my place of work, what bank I use... Was that one of the hundreds of questions they asked? I decided to try again, and thought maybe I should leave it there longer; this decision was a HUGE mistake.
I even changed the setting to very important and still received one match from another state.
The daily matches they sent were hundreds of miles away, and none of them listed a marital status, which makes me suspicious. I think this is just a hoax site, like someone else said to ferret out personal information from the masses. Smarty Computer pants, who said that he had found someone and I would too, and good luck. After reading all the other reviews on this site, I'm convinced that this is a total scam site used to con innocent desperate lonely people into giving away information that is probably used to sell to people who make false identities. I did not get many matches, maybe two in three weeks that were within the parameters I set.Keep the 80 some dollars I paid for the three weeks that I used, (which is a joke anyway, considering that if you call in to complain they will offer you a ten dollar a month deal) and close the account.They declined and said I had to pay the other two payments to close it. Months on the site with NO replies from anyone YOU have an interest in.I am a single mom with a disabled child that I raise alone, I have had to go through the hassle of calling my bank to stop any charges, and was advised to close out the account in the morning. The only messages or interest you’ll get is from Senior citizens that look like they can’t move out of the chairs they took their pictures in!
Consumers affairs or the BBB should look into shutting e Harmony down...there are enough complaints to have a class action lawsuit!While we can't do anything about physical attraction, if you are receiving matches older than you'd care for, adjustments can be made. I spent hours answering their online questions as I gave every attempt to be completely honest and transparent.I set my match searches for men between ages 57-65; and my search range within 60 miles. However, every match I received (62 in the first 48 hours) were either 50-55 or 68 - both of which were outside my search requests.When you set parameters to very important, which I feel is acceptable since I don't want to date someone old enough to be my dad, you get nothing.