It could use regular maintenance and performance improvements.
Also, something seriously has to be done with the scammers that make a pretty real looking profile until they don’t answer your questions or respond directly to your replies and then you end up texting a number that’s completely wrong for the area they said they’re from.
“All he did was talk very inappropriately about his ex-girlfriend and said horrible things, like that she was stalking him,” she recalls. And I started looking at how I could leave.” Rogo explains verification means that anyone who signs up has to submit their first and last names and Social Security number.
“We don’t want to let any scam artist through the site,” she says.
You should get noticed for what makes you, well, you - because you deserve it.I get it, thanks, now stop reminding me a dozen times.Just seems like the app still needs quite a bit of tweaking yet the apps been in the App Store for years.“They’re real people with real pride, and it’s very hard to go up to someone and say, ‘Hi, I’m Lucy. “So many men on dating sites are married,” she says.Five years ago, she went out with a man she met on Match who acted quite strangely.Whether it’s casual dating or a long-term commitment, Ok Cupid can help you find someone special.Love doesn’t discriminate, and neither does Ok Cupid.In April, Stitch.net, a Tinder-like dating app for the over-50 set, launched, and it’s set to debut a local New York section next month.Like Tinder, it shows users just one profile at a time, and it alerts them to profiles where a person they’ve liked has liked them back — so they’re less likely to reach out to someone and be met with silence.Even if it shows what I’ve set the filters to, I’ll still get girls in say, San Francisco and although I’m in California too, that’s still well over say a 50 mile radius from me.Also it would make sense to have those who liked you, be removed from your likes when you find them and reject.