The Good* If no perfect match is found, the site will extend membership for free * Male to female ratio is almost 50/50 split * Not too many spammers and scammers.
The Bad* No way of telling when person's last log in date was * Matches were sub par and not at all accurate which gives reason to believe the site is providing paid members any new meat so that they stay enrolled * The Personality Profile was so time consuming.
I would have thought better of this site. It was loaded with features and boasted how well matches were made and how many people found love on the site. Personally, I felt a little used. I was not seeing any obvious matches made for me and I felt as if I was shoved in the faces of people who were paying for the service. I was the bone throwed and that me feel a little cheap. People were well out of my age range and location. WELL OUT OF THEM - not even by a hair.
Therefore, with regret, I shalll state that this site is a farce. I didn't want to believe it but it is.
One month with the premium membership is $59.95; a two-month membership is $39.95 in bulk; and a three-month membership is $36.95.
The platinum membership is the same as premium membership but with higher placement of profile. For that honor, one will be paying for a four-month installment of $34.9 per month; and a six-month plan will cost $33.33 per month.
This is a strange payment strategy, I must admit.
The free service includes a VERY extensive profile to complete and the ability to add photos and browse. A paid membership includes the above but also includes to ability to communicate by email and chat and guaranteed results. Everything else offered is offered on every other site I have researched.
Personality search, keyword search, and custom search.
Honestly, I could care less if the film, MUST LOVE DOGS featured this site in their story line. How long will the site ride that coat tail, you know?
Perfectmatch.com sucks. It is expensive and members were on screen but might have left the site years ago for all I knew. There was no way of checking those stats. Also? I was completely mismatched by age and location by a LOT. I felt as if I was thrown to the wolves there because I was not a paid member but those who responded were. It was as if the site was telling them, "Stay awhile. See what we have here?" Last time I felt THAT way, it was raining and my shirt was a light pink. You know what I am talking about...
The customer service department brags that if matchmaking was unsuccessful, they would extend a membership until a coupling occurs. I think that is bs. By the time someone senses the site is misrepresentative in their services, they will want money back and not to stick around.
When I have a crappy meal at a restaurant served to me, I will return it and ask to leave and not pay. I do NOT want a voucher to return at a later date. THAT is how perfectmatch.com operates.
It's not perfect. Not at all close. If Bo Derek is a ten? I give this a three.