The first I have to mention about eHarmony is one annoying feature. When you are paid you can only communicate with other people who have paid. So you may have 50 highly compatible matches, only those matches that are paid members can communicate with you back.
Some hype the use:
eHarmony is the Web’s third largest dating service was founded by Dr. Neil Clark Warren, a psychologist with a divinity degree. Dr. Warren is a man with the plan to find an ideal match for you. Dr. Warren believes there are 29 dimensions to everyone’s personality. It will take you a very long time to complete his questionnaire. Dr. Warren is serious about analyzing your character, its flaws and features. Filling out all these forms will help ensure that the people you’re going to find on this site are fairly determined in their endeavour to meet someone. No “just curious” members here, only the true hardcore daters with an actual mate-finding mission in mind would put in such a concerted effort to find the right person.
I’d give eHarmony low marks because I feel it is very over priced, and they give you a low number of matches.
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