Asked for 50 mile radius and my profile was shared to all of North America and to men far outside my preferences. Match failed to actively push my profile to quality men locally but aggressively shared my profile ongoing to men far outside my preferences. Match denied this but I contacted the men 1500+ miles away and was told my profile was pushed to their feed. I learned my 50 mile limit was missing off my account and which Match denied however, a good friend had an identical experience. I did not feel like a client but instead used as bait. Blocking does not mean the inappropriate or stalker type men are blocked from seeing my profile. It means I will no longer see they are visiting my profile or able to view their messages. Frightening!
Match has cultivated a safe dating environment by actively policing its network, screening all new profiles, and empowering users to block or report profiles on the site. Anyone can report a concern to the dating site and expect a response within 24 hours. Match encourages users to flag any profile showing inappropriate or fake content or exhibiting abusive or otherwise harmful behavior.
Forget multiple apps for dating - we’ve baked all of your favorite features into the new Windows 10 Match App. Discover people nearby, view their photos, wink for free, plus even more: • Never miss a connection with real-time wink notifications via Live Tiles • Toasts instantly let you know when you get messages • View photos of singles near you for free • Enjoy surprising new matches every day • Search like a boss with our powerful filters Match is #1 in dates, relationships and marriages. That’s more than free dating sites like POF, Zoosk or OkCupid. And unlike Badoo and eHarmony, Match is home to the largest pool of personals in online dating — that includes gay dating websites, lesbian dating and plus size dating. How do we do it? Our matching algorithm delivers only the single men or women that meet your standards. Today, 1 in 5 relationships start with online dating. Why not join the most proven matchmaker and start chatting?
Focusing on who you would like to meet first, the registration process walks you through five short screens from which you can input the basic information you would like to see in the profiles of your matches. The first screen focuses on what she should look like with fields for hair color, eye color, and height, the latter of which you can check as a dealbreaker. Next you’ll go on to select what background you would like her to have, with fields for education, ethnicity, religious beliefs (all three of which can be checked as dealbreakers) and language. Lastly you check go through a few final details of your match that might matter to you including relationship status, has kids, wants kids, drinking habits, smoking habits, and income, All final fields can be checked as dealbreakers except for income. 
The majority of online dating sites only offer an email customer service, but Match.com provides phone and email support. Help services is also available to customers via email, through the online form.  The FAQ page is very comprehensive and one of the best available, where customers can get answers to the most often asked questions about services and general questions about online dating. When we contacted Customer Care, they were very helpful and friendly, and they were very well-informed as they could provide answers to all my questions.
Match’s privacy policy states the site ‘takes appropriate security measures (including physical, electronic and procedural measures) to help safeguard your personal information from unauthorized access and disclosure.’. The site encrypts any usernames, passwords, and other user or member account-related data that are stored in cookies, such as passwords saved for easily logins. The site also screens all profiles before activating them and screens the majority or profile changes to ensure prohibited images and language does not reside in profiles. 

I feel the same way Teresa, i have been on the site for 1 year now and cancelled my subscription, but was told it won't officially cancel until May because i waited to late after my initial sign up day, so i got stuck with another year. I am a handsome guy with a lot to offer, but for some reason never really got emails as i expected, i started to think the people profiles were fake or the women i was interested in didn't know a good man if his profiled slapped them in the face, just sayN. 41, recently divorced for little over a year, highly educated, working in my profession, make close to six figures, single, don't cheat, great personality, smart, don't play, and real down to earth.....but i guess no one believed it or didn't like my handsome picks...IDK. confused!
Let me break it down for you: match.com is owned by the match group, as is plenty of fish, Tinder, and hinge. Recently, they got caught in the act of utilizing Shady business practices. What they were doing.. And Tinder is STILL doing was sending people emails and blurred photos of fake matches. I've always felt these Services utilized a pretty poor business model. And seeing how they were trying to trick people into paying for a membership by utilizing this tactic it just makes me feel dirty. I mean, a lot of us have success with online dating and a lot of us has horror stories. It honestly feels like all of this is split right up the middle. So when you knowingly dupe a potential customer into paying for your service by utilizing a bot you throw that "we take catfish seriously mentality" right out the window.
Although Match has a variety of features, the interface of the site is basically divided into four sections of Matches, Connections, Search, and Messages. The dating site provides a select number of hand-picked matches each day, usually ranging from nine to 12  matches every 24 hours. From each daily match you check a yes or no checkbox indicating your interest. If you check yes, the site with prompt you to send a message, although doing so is not mandatory. 
In the process, if you get any trouble, you can reach out to us on Match customer service number to ease the process. From problem with Match sign in to billing problems, the executives at Match customer service will help you with everything. Rather than waiting for hours or days on email, you can directly call us to get your problems solved within limited time. The customer service executives are expert in Match which makes them totally handy in solving the problems of our esteemed customers in anyway. Whatever it is, you are just one call away from solving your problem, just call us on our toll-free number and we will help you.
He is mentally ill, a penniless hoarding hermit living in a small village, South of UK sorrounded by dust mites & mildew, living in one room in a dark dingy delapidated grimy dirty smelly house, with decaying food, filthy carpets covered in other women's hair, dirty underwear, dry skin particles & heaven knows what else. The stacks of dusty old newspapers are a sight to behold. He has nothing to offer anyone. He might try to fool you by mentioning how it would be nice to settle down get married & have children soon. Don't fall for it. It's nothing but a string of lies. He spends 24/7 in a filthy dressing gown stuffing his face when he has cut price food in the shack. The highlight of his day is watching other people going about their business & gossiping repeating for the hundredth time yet another boring old story. He'll tell you lies of how he's a hard worker pointing out the benefits cheats living nearby but he's exactly the same only he lives on other peoples wages as well. He goes for days without brushing his teeth or even having a shower or bath. He licks the crockery instead of washing up. Shock horror!
He is a sad looking balding sight, with a hairy back resembling a crocodile's & talks about nothing else but his past conquests ex-wives, ex-girlfriends & horrible extended family. Btw the ex girlfriends also fill in as F-buddies, so beware. He has a perverse obsession with India. Believe me, if you happen to be indian it isn't in a flattering way. Ditto for black people.
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.
Match’s privacy policy states the site ‘takes appropriate security measures (including physical, electronic and procedural measures) to help safeguard your personal information from unauthorized access and disclosure.’. The site encrypts any usernames, passwords, and other user or member account-related data that are stored in cookies, such as passwords saved for easily logins. The site also screens all profiles before activating them and screens the majority or profile changes to ensure prohibited images and language does not reside in profiles. 
The majority of online dating sites only offer an email customer service, but Match.com provides phone and email support. Help services is also available to customers via email, through the online form.  The FAQ page is very comprehensive and one of the best available, where customers can get answers to the most often asked questions about services and general questions about online dating. When we contacted Customer Care, they were very helpful and friendly, and they were very well-informed as they could provide answers to all my questions.

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]
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