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Zoosk has layer after layer of ala carte "extra" charges that pop up AFTER you're charged for your subscription. I have only met two semi-legitimate people on here that I dated for some time. In the last month, I have been approached by many men. When I get a notification that says “she wants to meet you” and send a response, I never hear anything from the person. This site is a waste of time, money and should be banned! Also, they double the price, once our about to check out, with a hidden "activation fee". I had already cancelled because I did not find a match. Ten bucks per month to guarantee she can read and reply to your message. To send "gifts", cute little icons to hope you get noticed. I say semi-legitimate because while most of their profiles were accurate, they both lied about their age and exaggerated and/or their profiles were inaccurate about other items. Some that I might have been interested in turned out to be scammers, yes, there is a way to determine this. And 50% of the men who have contacted me claim they are widowed. Yesterday I WAS approached by a handsome, interesting man from Newport. If I mention in a response to a person that I doubt the authenticity of Zoosk; that person disappears from my connections. They, as well as all other online dating should be investigated. The site will sent me messages, supposedly from other users, to my email. I was happy with the dating site when I was a member. Besides that, their search filters and settings are crap. The picture is of a woman with an out of state phone number written in red ink across her face. A significant distinguishing factor between dating sites e Harmony and is that e Harmony is designed specifically to match single men and women for long-term relationships, while is open to casual, short-term, and long-term relationships, as well as to LGBT profiles. Moreover, e Harmony does not allow members to browse for matches or communicate directly with each other.Match leaves the search up to the individual members.
Members have the potential to decline a match, meaning all contact stops.The site sends email alerts when new matches are found.Members on Match are looking for dates, hook-ups and long-term relationships.You are left with just a slow email process which they don't get back to you, but be sure you will get emails left, and right about spending more money. If you like burning money this is the website for you.You won't build any connection because Zoosk just wants your money. I wasted a few hundred dollars off and on over two years. I agree with the other reviews that Zoosk has a lot of fake profiles and low quality matches.