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permalink Visit Match.com I haven’t really been a member for all that long, a month, so I’m certainly no expert on match.com’s practices yet. What I can tell you is this: Like about 75% of the people on here stated – you do get winks from “fake” profiles. Especially when you are first starting out. You’ll probably get a wink from some amazing sounding person shortly after you’ve joined and dultFriendFinder (C’mon, Chemistry, are you kidding me??) I also had one from France! I e-mailed customer support to see if I’d checked the wrong box somewhere, and was actually told that I needed to EXPAND my search criteria, which already includes a 10+ year age range, open to a variety of races, etc. How much broader can you get? (And doesn’t expanding to the broadest possible criteria kind of eliminate dultFriendFinder who preys upon trusing women. Apparently from what I hear from other women at Jdate, there are lots of these guys doing things like this. I was raped 10 years ago and I had not had a relationship with anyone for over 10 years. This experience feels worse than that. At least in that experience, it only lasted one night, but right now I feel like I got screwed for 10 months. I broke up with dultFriendFinder as a trial member for a week was a brief ego boost, it became clear to me very quickly that match.com had created a fake profile and email responses to hook me into subscribing. If they hadn’t done this, I might have subscribed. I’m not an idiot, and I’ve dated people who work for the web. The fake profile was earthy and sarcastic, grammatically correct, but quirky and sometimes technical, dultFriendFinder

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