The GoodThe majority of inactive profiles are deleted within three-months of activation * There is a no-obligation ten-day trial * No pop up adds.
The BadSpammers and scammers are in abundance. As soon as they are deleted, new ones pop up * Cost of membership is higher than most sites
This site is big shopping mall - so many different people which naturally means room for fake profiling. For the cost of this site, it's honestly not worth the headache. There are other sites that have a smaller membership base yet costs less with more awareness of fake profiles.
One-month is $34.95; a six-month membership costs $59.95 total; and a year costs $89.95. Obviously joining with a bulk monthly plan is cost efficient in the long run - in a huge way.
There is a decent free trial and it includes everything a paid membership has except video messaging and chatting. Otherwise, features include (for both paid and unpaid memberships) short questions, three photos, instant messaging, wink sending, and prayer posting.
One could search by parts of a profile (gender,age, location) as well as who is online at the moment, who has viewed you, new members, birthday list, and quick matches done by the site for each member.
This site is bloated - bottom line. A one-month membership is way too costly and there are spammers and scammers here despite a watchdog disclaimer. Within one-hour of joining, I met the seediest of men who were definitely not of Christian value.
I would much prefer joining a more client driven site with much less members than to be a part of this party at christiancafe.com.
I do appreciate that the site offers advice for those seeking it and that the site is actually run by Christians. But they need to step it up.