It is because there are not any real people on match.com. Most of the profiles are fakes, or they are people who may have once been on the site and now their profiles are used as bait to get you to sign up and pay, thinking there are actual matches that could be made. Also a lot of the profiles are people who have not actually signed up and paid so they could not even get back to you if they wanted (unless they too pay for the privilege of sending an email reply). Do not sign up! This is an unethical site that does a bait and switch to get money out of you and others and does not delivery on any promises. Most of the profiles are cons trying to get something from you. This site should be shut down!
I paid for a three month subscription but really all you need is one day on the site. You get matched with people who live miles away so aren’t suitable. I filled in a personal questionnaire on the site and it signed me up for a separate site which wanted a second subscription fee, I now can’t find a delete button to end that account. I’m getting spam messages from both sites. I would not recommend anybody uses this site!
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!!
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I'm just wondering how profiles get shown on the site. I am a pretty attractive female and have a lot to offer. I have received emails from only 7 men since joining Match.com in November and none of them were even in my age group. It also seems like days go by without a notification that anyone has even looked at my profile. This really just seems strange to me. Is that normal?
I joined Match to find my soulmate when I saw match advertisement online showing dream castle of finding your true love. But I found loads of time pass / flirts men or divorced or separated men and Army(retired men) or old UNCLE types of my dad's age started sending messages and chat requests by calling me baby & sweetheart. And All sort of flirting, vulgar & cheap messages like am on some cheap chat or dating site with shameless men around. Many wanted to waste time on dating or chatting nonsense all the time. Most of the men I found here had no Respect for Women and many men here those are separated or divorced men with kids want a women to take care of their kids like a maid. I told same to the site but no response.
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I've sent out over 100 messages in two months and in that time I had one. Just one woman message me back only to say she wasn't interested. The app is a complete waste of money and time and unless you are a female I feel like it will really ruin your self confidence level. I mean I don't try to message women that are out of my league I'm 5'9 with what I assume are average looks and an average body and normal hobbies and interests I have a car and my own place and I'm a supervisor at a retail store and I even graduated college so when I don't get a single message back from anyone it is really confusing. I've tried short messages, longer messages, and no response.
Just a warning girls. Don't fall for the attention & attempts to win your sympathy. He has an ugly mind & ugly nature. You are simply one of many that he has on the loop. He is obsessed with his ex gfs, ex wife, sisters infact every female from his distant past- dead & alive. Very soon a matter of weeks or months, you'll soon be faced with stark reality as his real nasty character starts to show, manipulative, taker, a gigolo & user. He may even start the disappearing act saying "We could be better as friends" or as he totes up how many arguments you've had after you've been set up & blamed for them all. The entire act is being played all over again on the next victims. You've been warned. Give him a big miss!
On November 10, 2005, a class action was filed by Matthew Evans against Match.com in federal court in Los Angeles alleging that Match.com employed fake members to send emails and go on dates with paying members. The suit was repudiated by IAC as baseless, and was later dismissed by the United States District Court for the Central District of California on April 25, 2007. Similar suits were filed in June 2009 and December 2010, with the judges ruling that Match.com did not break user agreements.