eHarmony / deceptive advertising
I was an on and off eHarmony user for several years. During that time I have not been on one single date with any person. Match after match led nowhere, the worst were the few that passed all the communication phases and before exchanging phone numbers, all of a sudden they decide to take a break from dating? Huh? Online dating was supposed to revolutionize the singles scene and making dating 'easier, ' but in fact all it's done is make consumers wallets lighter. The problem with online dating services is that people don't seem to take it seriously enough to go past the initial communication/flirting stage and onto actual physical meeting. In that respect eHarmony is not unique. However, I do find fault with the way eHarmony seems to flood the airwaves and commercial spaces with this rosy picture of couple after couple that met, fell in love, and married through eHarmony. Not to mention the high rates they charge for their services. I also have several friends that have used eHarmony and none of them found success. I'd say successful couples that met through eHarmony are the exception and not the rule. Just my 2 cents.
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