Match.com has developed into one of the best and biggest platforms online for singles, since 1995. The Match site is present in 24 countries and hosts its websites in fifteen different languages to serve singles, and its membership is estimated at approximately 60 million users. As the foremost dating site in the US, Match.com has received 17.5 million visits every month since 2017. Inarguably, the opportunity to discover romance on this particular dating site, is among the highest.
No matter how aesthetically-pleasing an online dating site or app may be, what matters is how well it works. Match more than has that area covered with it’s one-of-a-kind matching algorithm that individually improves it’s matching capabilities the more each member uses the site. Unlike other sites that calculate who you are and who you ‘should’ meet based on lengthy questionnaires, Match uniquely takes into consideration what (features, attributes, qualities, etc.) you say you want as well as what your actions on the site indicate you want. For example, if you select the preferred hair color of your matches to be blonde but you continually look at brunettes, Match's algorithm will pick up on the difference between your expressed wants and actions and begin to add some brunettes to your custom matches. The result is an easy to use site that seamlessly ‘learns’ who you are and how to match you better with each login. 

The paid membership also allows you to keep track of various useful connections such as users you have sent winks to. Moreover, you can remove members you are not interested in from search results. This enables you to make room for other possible connections. On the other hand, other members can also find you. You get a dedicated email address that enables you to communicate privately and safely with other users on the site.


A review of Match.com will definitely let you know that the search options are exceptional. Members are automatically provided with their suggested matches, but they may also do a manual search as the onsite options are numerous. The advanced search feature on Match.com is very detailed, and includes in-depth search filters, which are difficult to find anywhere else, such as exercise frequency. Members can save the searches which they prefer, and input the location and age range in the search bar, to find a range of profiles which may fall just beyond their match criteria. Results can also be refined by choosing attributes such as religion or education. Common keywords which are important to users, can also be used to search for suitable matches.
Matter what option you choose - there is no one to speak to - ever! They say the only way to stop it auto renewing from an iPhone is to do it from settings - subscriptions- it's not there in my list. I paid £60 the first time for 6months, I used it for all of 2 weeks - it's was rubbish and even though I thought I'd cancelled it it then it auto renewed and charged me £119.34!!!!! I went to PayPal who came back saying that my refund had been declined! Steer well clear of this money machine!
Match.com has developed into one of the best and biggest platforms online for singles, since 1995. The Match site is present in 24 countries and hosts its websites in fifteen different languages to serve singles, and its membership is estimated at approximately 60 million users. As the foremost dating site in the US, Match.com has received 17.5 million visits every month since 2017. Inarguably, the opportunity to discover romance on this particular dating site, is among the highest.
Nothing much happens on Match.com. Like other reviewers a lot of the profiles are ghost profiles from people that have left and not deleted their info. I used the site 5 years ago and found a partner unfortunately the relationship ended. It seemed a completely different place then. Some of the profiles and photos from 5 years ago are still on there. I had plenty of views but were they genuine? I think most people are looking for something that isn't there. They just sit staring at their computer screen and do nothing, but who can blame them when x lives 60 miles away and just has a profile with a few lines including that they like chocolate??? and 1 photo probably taken 10 years ago!! Admittedly some profiles have more than one but can include one of their mother except it isn't their mother it is them, the rest of the pics were taken a long time ago!!
I was a Match.com member and I completed my guarantee period which entitled me to a free six month extension of my membership. Match.com charged my card anyway. I disputed the charge with my bank and Match.com took action! They closed my account, blocked me and banned me forever. They refunded the charge, but I lost my free six month service extension. All I wanted to do was prevent Match.com from illegally stealing my money. The facts speak for themselves. There aren't enough adjectives to describe how incompetent and deceitful they are!
Back in the 1980s, strip clubs were pulling all sorts of over charge and fake charge scams and forcing people tp pay. Here in Atlanta a majpr federal case against the GOLD CLUB brought all that to light and alot of changes were made in the industry..... I BRING THAT UP BECAUSE....these social sites seem to be attempting the same types of scams and are getting away with it. By U.S. fedeal standars ALL THESE SITES FALL UNDER THE RACKETEERING STATUTE. Unfortunately there is NO enforcement of these laws at this time. Your best option is to dispute the entire charge with your credit card. They may not want to do this because they are seeing so much of it. BE FIRM AND INSIST IT IS A MATTER OF CREDIT FRAUD. Also be sure to indicate that you are filling a consumer notice with the Federal Trade Commision (they have online forms for this to keep a numbers count on how many people are affected by these sorts of things. www.FTC.org). If you have been a good card holder, you shouldnt have any issues except for 1: ALL THESE SITES ARE NOTORIOUS FOR REBILLING/DRAFTING YOUR CREDIT ACCOUNT. You may want to file a COMPROMISED CREDIT CARD CLAIM AT THE TIME OF THE DISPUTE and have your card issuer SEND YOU A REPLACEMENT CARD WITH A NEW CARD NUMBER.

Hi Stephen, First of all, I am really sorry you are still dealing with Match.com and their unethical ways. I am still receiving emails for Match too, even though I have canceled my account many months ago. I scam every email they send me, but they send new emails form alternate email addresses. Perhaps you will have better luck then me, if call them. I am seriously thinking of contacting Better Business Bureau to see if that helps. I know that it looks bad for a business to have complaints on them on BBB, so if you mentioned that to Match when you call them (that is if you get to reach them), they might stop pestering you. So the only advice I can think of is, contact BBB, and state your concern and complaint to them. Good luck!


I joined match to find a great guy. I signed up for 1 month with no renewal. During that time I met an amazing guy so i no longer needed match. Expecting my membership not to renew i see on my bank account that they charged me $42. I contacted them and they said they are not able to give me a refund. I am now paying for another month when I'm not even using it. Worst site! Will not refer anyone.
Until i eventually got to know that have been used by a women i first met a lady on this site and she has been so caring but very deceitful... she said she's been suffering from depression which i never knew until my friend on fb referred me to a IT geek who assisted me in getting into her Facebook messages and also her whatsapp chats...he's the best in private investigator and you can always contact him at metzharris(@)gmail.com
Having being created in the year 1995, match.com is one of the largest and oldest dating services on the Internet. Match.com serves users from over 24 countries and hosts its websites in 15 languages. Users create profiles and describe themselves and what they are hoping to find in the people they might date. These profiles and other tools are key to finding that special person.

There are a few different options for logging in to Match.com. You can enter your email address and password, which is the traditional login option, or, if you have Facebook, you can log in using your Facebook account. Simply click on the "login using Facebook" option; the site will then redirect you to Facebook, where you can log in using your Facebook account details. Once you've completed that procedure, you'll be returned to Match.com, all logged in. While this may seem like an unnecessary step, it does mean one fewer password and user name to keep track of for you. 
In part two of the registration, you go through eight screens that essentially fill out your profile and allow you to tell others more about yourself. When filling out the fields about yourself there are the same basic questions that were asked regarding what assets and qualities you would like to see in a match, along with a few optional questions you may complete such as going into more detail about your religious beliefs with an open-ended answer field, checking off the types of sports you enjoy from a predetermined list, and inputting the city you grew up in. There are also additional questions you may answer to give profile viewers a better idea of who you are and what you like such as listing your favorite local hot spots, sharing your favorite movies or hobbies, and indicating the last thing you read, the last of which is one of Match’s tried and true profile questions that has been on the site for years. At the end, there’s an additional open-ended field for you to write a short introductory bio and explain who you are looking to meet, with helpful examples to get you started. Lastly you can check boxes indicating if you’d like Offers by Match, which sends your profile to partner sites, and if you would like your profile to be featured.  As a final step you are prompted to add a profile picture either by importing from Facebook or uploading from your computer.
Wow, what can I say except I feel like a fool. If you read all the reviews that I just read, you will see why it is really stupid to get involved with this site. It lead me on, it tried to learn as much as it could about me, and when I accused it of being a robot, it got mad at me even after it had been calling me "dear". It claimed that "she " was an artifact dealer here from Dubia UAE, what a joke, except that it was on me. Now the site leaves me alone. Don't go there, unsubscribe immediately!
Absolutely NOT. This is a site that has only one purpose and that is to scam you out of your money. Not only are there scammers as stated by Diane H. and Sally C. this site is completely dishonest about how it works and what you can expect from it. I'll share this one example to illustrate. When you join with a credit card, they will inform you that you now have full access to their site and features. You can now send mail to the men and start meeting them. However, there is a catch that they do NOT mention on the sign up page. The catch is that you can send all the letters you want to the men, BUT, unless the men are also fully paid members, none of them are allowed to read your mail and reply to you. What is the point of paying to use the service when the other side must also have a fully paid membership? If you have paid your membership fee then by all standards you are now entitled to not only write to the men but to expect them to reply back to you. Not on match. There is an extra fee that you must pay so that non members can receive, read and reply to your mail. This is a SCAM on every level. Please save your money and avoid this site at all costs. I'm speaking from first hand experience. Read the testimonies on this site and understand that they are all 100% correct and accurate.
Match.com was founded by Gary Kremen and Peng T. Ong in 1993.[3][4] Early on, Kremen was assisted by Ong, who helped in the design of the initial system, and Simon Glinsky, who served as the company's marketing consultant.[5] Fran Maier joined the company as its director of marketing.[5] According to a retrospective from The Atlantic, Maier helped to develop Match.com's initial business strategy, which included a subscription model and the inclusion of diverse communities, including women, technology professionals, and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.[5] Match.com went live as a free beta in early 1995, and was first profiled in Wired magazine that same year.[4][6]
×