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EHarmony uses Scientific Matching strategies that work with 29 Dimensions of Compatibility.Members of e Harmony can also receive expert advice on dating on and offline.Since e Harmony is a paid dating site (prices are very reasonable), it mainly attracts singles who are looking for long-term relationships rather than short-term no strings relationships.Here’s their latest TV ad: Unlike traditional dating websites like match.com, e Harmony is a true automated matchmaking system that matches you with members on the site with whom you share the most in common.That way if you have any questions that require an immediate answer, there is a platform to do it.This is a rare feature in the online dating industry.and e Harmony have dominated the online matchmaking business for years, and OKCupid has quickly risen to rival their superiority. Of course, there are many more sites out there, but these three represent a good range of the options you'll encounter.
However somewhere along the way someone gained access to my account and I had done all the usual security protection, don't remember my password and don't share my details with anyone, but I had swapped over my handset and laptop over in 2016, but had factory reset my phone and deleted all personal data including browsing history from my laptop.I found far more suitable matches using Tinder, which is where i met my current partner. I joined and then wanted to pull out the following day after I realised you can't search.We have been together for 18 months and are very happy. Eharmony searches for you and it's rare they give you a match you would even consider. I tried contacting Friday night but they were closed until Monday.My first match, unfortunately I gave him my mobile number to make contact for a coffee and then he sent me over 100 msgs asking to come over and give a massage and tantric coitus, photos of naked people etc. After two months I contacted them by email as they never answer their phone. They sent me a confirmation and am yet to see if this works. It's the most expensive online dating site and a waste of money. When I complained and asked for a refund, they refused and suggested that I increase the distance to 120 miles! They refused to give my first payment back and told me due to their terms and conditions I have to pay the other two subscriptions. Also hardly no matches and the only one I was in contact with is a con man. I joined e Harmony back in 2016 and had some mild success in communicating with others, but I just left a long term relationship and didn't really know what to expect from online dating.Note you also need to close your account afterwards. I have received a fraction of matches compared with Zoosk, POF and RSVP. I am fairly tall and most of the guys are significantly shorter than me. I am not prepared to drive 120 miles to have coffee with a prospective match! I never met anyone who online who was compatible or lived locally and in the end I was successful via traditional methods On reflection I feel online dating in general is a bit of a scam that preys on peoples emotions and rarely ends in success.