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I thought it would avoid sorting through hundreds of profiles on a free dating site, some of which were surely fake or misleading. If there was a mutual interest, we’d proceed with the guided communication.

So, I paid a membership fee to e Harmony based on positive user reviews and their advertising campaign. It took an hour to complete a lengthy questionnaire about what qualities I’m looking for in an ideal match: attractiveness, education, location, likes, dislikes, interest, etc. This was four-step process generated by e Harmony where you have the opportunity to get comfortable with your match until you’re ready to take it offline.

That aside, it was the freedom of choice that attracted me to try out Plentyof Fish for a few days.

Free dating sites are notorious for fake profiles and people with bad intentions.

Conversely, a free site may be more your style if you’re willing to sift through hundreds of profiles and you enjoy the freedom of choice. I just wish I tried the free site first…I could have save 7.85. The Toronto Star and thestar.com, each property of Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, One Yonge Street, 4th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E6. Please contact us or see our privacy policy for more information.

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I painted my ideal match with very narrow strokes so my expectations of responses were fairly low. The first few weeks were excellent and the profiles matched my expectations.

I uploaded three photos, shelled out 7.85 for a three-month membership and was officially on the market. By the end of the first month it seemed that I’d exhausted the existing pool of quality matches so e Harmony started sending me “flex matches” that didn’t exactly meet my criteria. The 296 matches yielded three dates, all of which came within the first week.

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