The GoodHigh success rate * Marriage minded users * Most users are thirty-five years old and older so they really want to meet someone special.
The BadMembers are mostly marriage minded and in their thirties so this site is not the best for those out of those parameters * The profiles lack interesting data that other sites have.
Most of the members on matchmaker.com are legit. And they are paid members. That alone indicated to me that people are more serious minded on this site. And unlike eharmony.com, there are non Christian members and gay and lesbians who have joined. The site lacks a lot of bells and whistles but it does so by cutting to the nitty gritty and helping people in meeting other people.
One-month is $29.95; three-months is $59.95 in bulk; and six-months is $89.95 in bulk. A year-long membership is $119.95, thus averaging $9.95 per month when broken down.
On line magazine; flirts; photo and emails are easy to access; chatting capabilities with and withouot video; instant messaging.
Age, location, gender, relationship status, type of relationship, keyword searching, personal preferences, and birthdays.
I rather liked Matchmaker.com. It lacked the slickness factor that other sites had but I was cool with the basics. I was also happy to see that it was comparable to eharmony.com but had an acceptance of the gay and lesbian community as well as other religions.
There were very few spammers and scammers here and profiles seemed genuine. The free membership offered enough to warrant an interest in paying so I imagine more members on matchmaker.com feel the same way.
This site is not for flings. It's very long term minded and most members are professional and earn a decent living. It's very picket fences as opposed to very rowdy six-floor walk-up in a warehouse loft. If you know what I mean.