I received ‘its a match’ but site does not allow me to message the person! Feel cheated after paying for 3 months and should be refunded for the inept service, quite obviously just looking for profit with no service or communication. I rather invest a few bucks in a dating service like mingle2day or eharmony and know that I can expect quality profiles and good customer service.My biggest complaint is how on earth a website can tell you your top matches are bikers in doo-rags with no education..you are an educated, professional woman who actually took the time to put in YOUR PROFILE that you don’t want to date a biker. And when you do get a message from what might seem like a good match, he’s over 200 miles away..though your settings specifically limit your area to 75 miles or less. But if you don't feel like spending any money POF should be a good starting point.There are loads of fish all over the UK, so if you are recently single or even a long term singleton; don't worry because as the old saying goes: there are "many more fish in the sea" Dating in the UK has never been easier, with the advent of online dating you no longer have to worry about whether or not the person you like the look of across the bar is single or not.
What's is even more sad is that it breeds a attitude of get what I can for my own gratification and stuff the people who unknowingly play my game into people.
We need to go back to old fashioned dating I'm feel. Not the company's fault but I got nothing but leude messages, and sexual suggestions I wouldn't want to get from a total stranger.
Although POF isn't a beautiful site, it is functional and extremely effective.
Most of the features are still free, although this is changing as of March 2009 and December 2010.
For our first date Rod rode a 300 mile round trip to watch me compete in a charity race.