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They also make bold claims about the dating training they offer suggesting that they can “tell you what you need in a relationship, where you screwed up (without knowing it) in past relationships.” After being matched, users can the decide whether they would like to start messaging them on the site.
" or very generic responses that in no way address specifics in the message i sent.
Anyway, pretty sure if enough angry men hit the report button your account gets deleted.
So ladies, do yourself a favour and just don't bother with it or keep your profile hidden as much as possible while using the "block" function judiciously. This Site offers you A Huge Amount of FAKE Profiles.... Plenty Of Fish site is A Total Waste of Your Time / Energy / Emotions. Look on more reputable sites than what this One is otherwise you can be very easily sucked in & could end up being Scammed because it almost happened to me! the ONLY good thing i have to say is at least its free to send messages, other than that...complete garbage, fake profile views, fake mutual matches and fake messages on top of all the scammers...
The site then offers a lengthy, if not entertaining, chemistry test, where users answer a series of questions to establish their character.
The data from this is then used to match people with other users who it is believed they will have a spark with.