Succeed in dating
Regardless of what type of audience a site caters to, some sites charge hundreds of dollars for monthly or yearly subscriptions, and offer little variety in potential candidates – mostly because seekers are drawn to the most known sites, thinking that this will be their best chance. None of these sites guarantee finding someone, either.
You could waste a lot of time and money (uh, just on signing up alone) investing in some sites, and there is no promise, no money back, no promise, guidance or commitment from the site to help you get what you really want.
Katya Gordeeva began writing professionally in 2009.
She has had several news and feature articles published in "The Chronicle," "Northwest Indiana Times" and "Gary 411" newspapers.
They come in many forms: Some take your money, and don’t deliver a product.
For those of you who are no stranger to online dating, it’s not a surprise that, occasionally, you’ll meet someone who “scams” you. Sometimes that’s in the form of hit it and quit it (if you wanted more) and sometimes it’s the form of “gimme gimme more” if you just want a hit-it-and-quit it.Dating can be nerve-wracking for many women, especially if they recently got out of a relationship.Between work, taking care of a home and other obligations, they may not have the time to go out and mingle.Even worse, some charge you to keep your privacy, and don’t have an acceptable amount of security available to keep your information safe and confidential (you know who I’m talking about, here).You shouldn’t pay to keep your information confidential.