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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish I do not appreciate the double standard you have online

you allow men to post terrible pictures , that are not even of them , & you let them have old old pictures that do not even let a lady know what they look like & such far away photos and pictures of their egotistical boats houses motorcycles and their animals or whatever they feel like posting but you keep deleting much of what i post like flowers i grew or cakes i baked dont care ,,, including photos of me you have deleted and i identified myself and went through your grueling invasive process long ago and you made me do it again and kept requiring that i do it over and over and it was killing my neck and back to line my face up with your demands... you people are insane invasive and have a total double standard.. Now i cannot get back on my profile page and you have stolen my photos ..i want my profile restored and i want the same rules for women that you allow for men ... I should not have to keep identifying myself or jumping through your double standard hoops ,,,,,plus you allow separated and married men there and men just looking for sex and you never delete their profile

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish My Disappointing Experience on Plenty of Fish: Beware of the Dangers of Online Dating

I gotta say, I was pretty disappointed with my experience on Plenty of Fish ( I mean, I get it, online dating can be a bit of a crapshoot. But I wasn't expecting to be actively duped by someone I met on there.

Let me tell you about Jon the Musician. That's not his real name, but I don't want to give him any more attention than he deserves. He seemed like a pretty cool guy at first. His profile said he was into healthy living, running, and outdoor exercise - all things that I'm really into too. We messaged back and forth a few times, and his responses were well-written and seemed genuine.

But when we finally met up in person, things started to go downhill pretty quickly. First of all, he looked really sick. I don't know if he had some kind of medical condition or what, but he was way skinnier than I expected and his skin looked kind of dirty. He also seemed to be scratching his face a lot, which was pretty gross.

But the real kicker was when he started talking. He claimed to be a runner, but he didn't even know the distance of a 5K. He said he had a bachelor's degree, but then later admitted that he only had an associate's. And he talked about his music endlessly, like it was the only thing that mattered in the world. It was honestly kind of bizarre.

I started to get the feeling that he was just using POF as a pick-up site. He kept asking me if I wanted to "hang out" after our date, which was a pretty clear indication of what he was after. And when I made an excuse to leave, he texted me later saying "Good luck on your future." Like, what does that even mean?

The whole experience really made me think about the dangers of online dating. You just never know who you're really talking to. They could have multiple profiles, a criminal record, or even an STI. And even if they seem nice and genuine at first, they could be hiding some pretty serious issues.

I'm not saying that online dating is all bad. I know plenty of people who have had great experiences on sites like POF. But after my experience with Jon the Musician, I'm definitely going to be more cautious in the future. You just never know what kind of person you're going to meet.

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish POF Review: A Nightmare of Sociopaths, Cheats, and Entitled Women

I've been using online dating sites on and off since 2006, and I have to say that Plenty of Fish (POF) is the worst site I've ever seen. It's mainly free, which seems to attract the most dishonest, arrogant, and deeply disturbed women you could ever have the misfortune to meet. In my ten+ years of using POF, I've not once met a woman who has been 100% genuine and honest, or who has actually lived up to what they've stated about themselves and their intent within their profiles.

My personal experiences on POF are a nightmare. I met and had 'relationships' with two women who turned out to be very disturbed sociopaths who made my life a living hell. Before I joined POF, I didn't even know what a sociopath was, but now I'm somewhat of an expert in these vile creatures! Meeting one sociopath on POF could just be written off as an unlucky one-off, but meeting two of them back to back suggests this site is infested with them. In fact, I know for a fact that one of these evil creatures still regularly uses POF for its inexhaustible supply of easy unsuspecting victims. They know only too well that lonely men looking for love are easily susceptible to exploitation and manipulation.

I briefly spoke to a woman who openly admitted she was on the rebound and using men for her own gratification and amusement. She had no interest in a relationship but thought it was funny that she was leading men on. She didn't care about using people, and she certainly didn't care about how much hurt and damage she caused.

I've spoken to several women who seem to be proud to be cheating on their partners. I've spoken to several women who stated they weren't interested in hearing from men who were looking for casual sex but who were found out to be secretly on casual sex sites themselves.

Women have messaged and stated they were interested, only for them to suddenly let the conversation stall and disappear because they were talking to multiple guys and just treat people as an option to be discarded when they want. Seems women love the masses of attention they receive.

I had a date with someone who spent the whole time talking about how her kids had been taken off her by the police and social services and admitted to obsessively stalking her ex!

I spent four months getting to know someone only for them to suddenly go quiet on me without a reason or explanation. So I moved on and weeks later re-joined POF only to have the same woman contact me saying she was still interested in dating and I should delete my POF account again, only to then go quiet on me for a second time. I found out she was talking to multiple other guys, so I asked why she was messing me around, and all I got was abuse. This is the quality of women you get on POF.

Women seem to have an air of entitlement on POF. They demand men write a decent message but then ignore them. So why should men put so much time and effort into writing messages when women don't even have the respect to write a thanks but no thanks message in return?

The double standards on POF are incredible. For example, if a woman states she's a PC gamer girl, she's cool, but if a man states he plays PC games, he is told to grow up. If a woman lives at home with parents, it's cute and no big deal, but if a man lives with parents still, he's a pathetic mummy's boy and undateable. If a woman's alternative and into a subculture like Goth or rock, she's sexy and desirable, but if a man's a Goth or into rock music, he's a scruffy weirdo.

Most women's profiles are blank or just very short, or just say 'fill in later' or 'ask me' as they know being female, they don't have to make any effort. These women are lazy, vain, and just rely on their looks.

And I recently received a message from someone who instigated a conversation. I replied, and she sent another message to carry on the chat, but when I tried to reply, I found out she had blocked me. No word, no explanation, no apology... nothing. A typical example of the arrogant, rude, and entitled women that infest POF.

The only positive thing I can say about this site is that it's free to search and send/read messages, but even this is restricted as it just ignores what age range you're looking for and changes it to what the site thinks you should be limited to. I don't know any other site that limits who or what their customers can look for.

Men, if you use POF, there's a good chance you'll meet a sociopath whose only intent is to destroy you, or you'll be made to put in a lot of effort and time to get absolutely nothing in return. Women on POF are lazy, arrogant, entitled, deluded, and are only there to play silly games.

Women, if you just want a lot of attention and an ego stroke without having to do a single thing, or just want to destroy and use men, then this is the place for you.

So unless you want to spend hours writing and sending messages that will just be ignored, or want to meet sociopaths, cheats, players, those with major issues, those who will be having sex with other guys behind your back, the dishonest, and those just fishing for attention, my advice would be to avoid POF like the plague!

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    1. Large user base enhances matching odds.
    2. Free messaging boosts user interaction.
    3. Detailed profiles aid in-depth screening.
    4. Variety of features for robust search.
    5. Regular updates for improved user experience.
  1. Cons
    1. Limited profile depth compared to rivals.
    2. High volume of fake or spam profiles.
    3. Interface less modern than competitors.
    4. Match quality can be inconsistent.
Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish From POF to Marriage: My Unconventional Love Story

This is gonna be a long one, but hear me out. I'm a 34-year-old mixed male and my experience with POF is one that I'm sure hardly anyone else has ever had. Trust me. So, my marriage ended in May 2013 and by June, I had joined OKcupid and a month later POF. I tried a few other sites like Zoosk, but they seemed like scam sites set up to take your money. POF has pay bait options too, like the "wants to meet you" trash. I just deleted everyone I saw, as I had zero desire to spend any money.

I met and talked through the POF app with a number of women. I primarily used the Locals search. Some conversations were interesting and went on for weeks, others for days. Most women (I would say about 90% that I messaged) simply ignored me. I never sent another message after being ignored. However, I cast many lines into the water. And I mean a lot. My motto was anyone that I deemed attractive who had a decent profile, I sent a message. Yes, I actually read the profile before messaging. Eventually, I discovered that messaging a question to the women as my first message to them increased the odds of receiving a response to about 40%, because they like when you read their profile. It shows that you're observant. However, most women I encountered on there were flaky and expected you to have your entire life set up perfectly so they could just come into it without actually contributing anything. Most of the serious women, we would exchange phone numbers on the site and send additional pics and stuff via text to weed out potential scammers. One woman I met on there, we clicked really well and talked for maybe a couple of months before meeting in person. I thought she was the one for me, but when we met, she said we had bad chemistry. I asked her if we could go on another date to see if it would change and she said yes, but I had to travel to Germany to visit family in Oct 2013. It was already scheduled, so we decided we'd have another date upon my return. I was excited by that prospect.

In Germany, I was busy having a blast but I usually stay up late. I was alone in that venture, so I would spend my evenings playing Android games. One night I got curious about something. Whether the Locals search would work in another country. To my amazement, it did but there was a drastically reduced number of hits and the range was much further. When I was in Texas, the range for the Locals search only went like 10 miles before the maximum numerical limit of the search was reached. In Germany, the numerical limit was not reached. Instead, I was presented with people who were hundreds of miles away. Because I was still curious about this system, I started messaging women, according to the same formula I used in Texas, that I wrote in paragraph 2. Most women had English profiles, and those are the only ones I messaged, as my German is not good enough to use.

After a couple of days, one woman who had not shown up in any of my previous Locals searches popped up. Her tagline was "Just looking for someone to talk to." So I asked "Does that someone have to be an English speaking German?" She responded about 24 hours later. I responded back and she immediately responded. We had an open dialog from there. I discovered that the reason she hadn't appeared in my previous searches was that she was outside of the maximum searchable distance in the Locals search but that she was visiting another city at the time I happened to search again. Because of that, she was close enough to fall within the search criteria. We actually spent all day talking back and forth on POF for days. Then we decided to communicate externally from the site on Whatsapp. We also Skyped once (voice only). I voiced to her that I wanted to meet her, since she was fairly close but she had to travel back again and explained why. That all occurred the first weekend I was there but I was only gonna be in Germany 2 weekends. She worked during the week and the following weekend would not be coming back to the town that was close to me. 3.5-hour drive. She instead had to drive 5 hours from her far town to her family's town. I said to her that I would really like to travel with her. To my surprise, she said OK. I didn't have a car, as I was visiting Germany. So I was gonna ride the train 5 hours to get to where she was and then go on the 5-hour with her to her family. But I didn't go through with it cuz my family objected. I listened to their reasoning, which was more skeptical than anything else. A few days later, I had to go back to Texas.

Back in Texas, we couldn't stop talking about meeting. I told her I wanted to come to Germany to meet her. She said "no." She said if anything, she should come to the US as she's never been here. I said OK. So 4 months later, she came, and what was an amazing online relationship quickly translated into an extremely serious physical relationship. We basically fell in love really fast and I proposed to her. I had planned to do so before she even arrived. We absolutely died when she had to go back to Germany. Not to be deterred, I requested a Fiance Visa (K-1) about 1 week after she left.

The K-1 is not a fast process. So long story short, she has her Visa in hand and is coming to America to live with me on Dec 31, 2014, and we are having a wedding on a Texas beach on Jan 10, 2015!

Update: As of early February 2017, I can confirm that we are still happily married and have a 15-month old beautiful baby girl!

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Review: A Breeding Ground for Bad Behavior and Creeps

I've tried out a lot of dating sites, and let me tell you, they all come with their own set of risks. But Plenty of Fish, or POF as it's commonly known, seems to be a breeding ground for some of the worst behavior I've seen.

As a fairly attractive young woman with a job, transportation, and my own place, I try not to come off as desperate when looking for a significant other. But the way some of the men on this site act makes it hard not to. They'll message me, act interested, and then disappear without explanation, only to pop up weeks or even months later as if nothing happened. If I try to message them back, I'm the one who looks desperate. And if I ignore them, I get harassed and bullied. It's a lose-lose situation.

And don't even get me started on the creeps and perverts on this site. They hide behind well-groomed photos, but then send unsolicited pictures of their private parts and harass you until you block them. And if you block too many people, you get punished. It's ridiculous.

A lot of the reviews on here seem to be geared towards women who are considered "trashy" or "[censored]ish," but let's be real - most of the people on these sites have extreme issues themselves. You have the few normal and honest people, but they're few and far between.

As a woman, I've noticed that a lot of the men on POF are divorced multiple times, have several kids from broken marriages, or just have kids with multiple women. And then there are the pompous, egotistical guys who just want their ego stroked. And let's not forget the older, unattractive men who message women they know are out of their league and then guilt trip them when they're turned down. And then there are the druggies and losers. It's a mess.

But the site is free, so you have to weed through a lot more bottom-of-the-barrel types than you would on paid sites like or eHarmony. And the site itself is a nightmare to navigate, with tons of ads and clutter.

My advice to women on this site is to set your expectations high. Look for gentlemen who pay for dates, offer to pick you up or meet in public places, and message you with thoughtful responses. Watch out for the ones who seem desperate or put their life story out there too soon. And be careful - there are a lot of crazy people on this site.

In my two years on POF, I've only met two men, and neither worked out. The site needs better moderation and screening. But at the end of the day, online dating is always a risk.

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Review: Disappointing Experience with Unrealistic Expectations and Uncomfortable Situations

I recently tried out Plenty of Fish ( and let me tell you, it was quite an experience. I was hoping to find a nice woman to connect with, but unfortunately, I came across a lot of low-life females who were pretending to be someone they're not. Specifically, I noticed a lot of Black women who live in slums and have unrealistic expectations from men. It was quite disappointing to see.

However, I did manage to have a good conversation with one woman who was in my age group. We talked online for about two weeks before exchanging numbers and talking on the phone. Unfortunately, during one of our conversations, she told me about a white guy she had chatted with online who wanted sex. She was so upset that she threatened to get her brothers and son to kill him. I was shocked and had to excuse myself from the conversation. It was definitely a red flag.

Despite this, we decided to meet up for a movie and dinner. I was a bit nervous because I had lied to her about my car. I didn't want to reveal my high-end vehicle and deal with any judgment or sizing up. I was also hesitant because she lived in Baltimore, and I had to drive through a rough neighborhood to get to her. I was worried about my safety, but I decided to take the risk.

When I arrived, I noticed that she had posted old pictures of herself and wasn't dressed appropriately for a first date. However, we had a good conversation and enjoyed each other's company. Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worse when we went to the theater. She wanted to cuddle up because she was cold, and I was fine with that. However, she started touching me inappropriately, and I was extremely uncomfortable. I couldn't believe how forward she was being.

After the movie, I drove her home, and she reminded me about a promise I had made to fix her headboard. I reluctantly went into her apartment, and that's when things got even worse. Her brother and son were sleeping in the living room, and the place was infested with roaches. I couldn't believe it. I quickly fixed the headboard and left as soon as possible.

Overall, my experience with Plenty of Fish was not great. I encountered a lot of women who were not genuine and had unrealistic expectations. I also had to deal with some uncomfortable situations that I would rather forget. I have since closed my account and will not be using the site again.

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Navigating the World of Online Dating: A Review of POF (Plenty of Fish)

POF, or Plenty of Fish, is a dating site that has more people than any other dating site out there. Unlike other dating sites, POF has real profiles and not just fake ones. However, there are some scammers on the site, so it's important to be careful.

One of the biggest problems with POF is that there are more men than women on the site. This means that women get bombarded with messages and can't possibly respond to all of them. Men need to learn to be articulate and focus on the meaning of what they say, instead of just focusing on the lines and words.

Women also need to be careful on the site, as there are some creeps and perverts out there. However, if they are more self-aware, they can avoid a lot of this garbage.

POF is not a numbers game. You can't just send out mass emails and expect to get a response. You need to focus on one person at a time and be genuine in your interactions. People are looking for a good time, but they also want to connect with someone on a deeper level.

One of the problems with POF is that it can be a fool's paradise. People think that there are so many options out there that they can afford to be picky and act crabby and cranky. However, this is not the case. People need to be self-aware and know their worth. They need to treat others with respect and not expect the other person to do all the work.

The site is not without its problems, however. The founder, Markus, created the site without much knowledge of how to build a site or a server. The matching system needs an overhaul, as there are too many incompatible and uncompromising people on the site.

Despite its problems, POF is still a good option for those looking to date online. It's free and has a large number of users. Just be careful and take your time. Don't get frustrated if it's not working out, just have fun and keep trying. Internet dating is like living in New York City, those with a weak frame don't make it.

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Navigating the Ups and Downs of POF: A Review of Plenty of Fish Dating Site

POF, or Plenty of Fish, is a dating site that has its ups and downs. It can be a great place to meet new people and potentially find love, but it can also be a frustrating experience. One of the biggest issues with POF is the presence of fake profiles and people who are not genuine. It can be difficult to navigate through all of the noise and find someone who is truly compatible with you.

However, despite the challenges, it is important to remember that there are still good people out there who are looking for love. It is important to keep an open mind and not give up on the search for a compatible mate. While there may be some individuals who are out to cause chaos and mistrust, they are in the minority. The majority of people on POF are just like you, looking for love and companionship.

One of the keys to success on POF is to be patient and persistent. It may take some time to find someone who is truly compatible with you, but it is worth the effort. It is also important to be honest and upfront about what you are looking for in a relationship. This will help you attract the right kind of people and avoid wasting time on those who are not a good match.

Another important tip is to be cautious and protect yourself from those who may be trying to scam or deceive you. If someone seems too good to be true or is asking for money or personal information, it is best to err on the side of caution and avoid them.

Overall, POF can be a great place to meet new people and potentially find love. While there are some challenges and frustrations, it is important to stay positive and keep an open mind. With patience, persistence, and a little bit of luck, you may just find the perfect match on POF.

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get hundreds of messages from women. It's all about looks, and that's the sad truth of it all. Women on POF are shallow, and only care about how a man looks. They don't care about his personality, his interests, or anything else. It's all about looks.

But, despite all of this, I still use POF. Why? Because there are still some decent women on there. Women who aren't shallow, who care about more than just looks. Women who are kind, caring, and genuine. And, if you're lucky enough to find one of these women, then you're in for a treat.

So, if you're a guy looking for love on POF, don't give up hope. Yes, there are a lot of shallow women on there, but there are also some great women too. Keep searching, keep messaging, and eventually, you'll find the one. And, when you do, you'll forget about all the shallow women who ignored you, and you'll be grateful that you didn't give up.

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immediately know that it's a fake profile. Other times the city is close to me but when I ask her about it she claims to be living in another country. This is a common scam on POF where people pretend to be someone they're not in order to get money from unsuspecting users.

In conclusion, POF is not a site I would recommend to anyone looking for a serious relationship. The site is full of fake profiles, scammers, and people who are just looking for a quick hookup. The fact that you have to pay to send messages and view profiles is just another way for POF to make money off of their users. If you're looking for a real relationship, I suggest trying a different site or even meeting people in person. Don't waste your time or money on POF.

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Verified customer This review was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish My Mixed Experiences on Plenty of Fish: Nice Guys, Tightwads, and Disasters

how he was tight with money and never offered to pay for anything. He got defensive and said he was saving up for a house and didn't have much money to spare. Fair enough, but at least offer to go halves or something. We ended things there and then.

Subject 2 - POF 2015

This guy was a bit older, 42 I think. We chatted for a while before deciding to meet up. We went for a walk in a local park and had a picnic. It was really nice, we got on well and had a lot in common. We went on a few more dates, to the cinema and out for dinner. He always offered to pay and was really generous. We ended up dating for a few months but it just didn't work out in the end. We're still friends though and talk occasionally.

Subject 3 - POF 2016

This guy was a disaster from the start. We met up for a drink and he was already drunk when I got there. He was slurring his words and stumbling around. I tried to make the best of it and we chatted for a bit, but it was clear he was too drunk to really have a proper conversation. He kept trying to touch me and kiss me, even though I kept pushing him away. I eventually made an excuse and left. He messaged me the next day apologizing and saying he was really nervous and had a few too many drinks to calm his nerves. I gave him the benefit of the doubt and agreed to meet up again. This time he was sober but still really awkward. He kept talking about his ex-girlfriend and how much he missed her. I tried to change the subject but he kept bringing it back to her. I eventually made another excuse and left. He messaged me again apologizing and saying he was still really hung up on his ex. I told him I didn't think it was going to work out and we ended things there.

Subject 4 - POF 2017

This guy was really sweet. We chatted for a while before deciding to meet up. We went for a walk in a local park and had a picnic. It was really nice, we got on well and had a lot in common. We went on a few more dates, to the cinema and out for dinner. He always offered to pay and was really generous. We ended up dating for a few months but it just didn't work out in the end. We're still friends though and talk occasionally.

Overall, my experiences on Plenty of Fish have been mixed. I've met some really nice guys and some not so nice guys. It's definitely worth giving it a try though, you never know who you might meet. Just be careful and don't rush into anything. Take your time and get to know the person before meeting up. Good luck!

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please help me i met a guy on pof we met exchanged numbers but he miss heared last three numbers he then left a narsty message on my profile stormy51 and then reported me so pof restricted me on pof it was his fault not mine now how do i get back on pof i have never had this happen to me and it has upset me cheers hope to hear from you regards stormy 51

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Can’t get into my account for POF single site

You’re company has a problem with my account. I reached out to you’re company by email, they asked for screenshots and I explained that POF isn’t allowing me on then I tried making my accounts again and it kicked me off saying that account already exists. I truly don’t understand what went wrong? Soon as I bought a apple phone your company has denied me access. My user name is Miablues my old number was [protected] my new number as I have gave it to the company many times in the past is [protected]. I hope you resolve this stressful issue. Thank you so much. My email is [protected]

Desired outcome: I would like my account to be reinstated

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Cannot set my own age range preference

I just signed up for POF yesterday and was stupid enough to pay for it. After getting in I realize I cant set the age range that I'm looking for as well. No matter what I set my preference for, POF changes it on every search. Who are you to dictate what I'm searching for? This is total BS. Already cancelled my membership renewal and I will blast this on 20 consumer sites and out to my 455,000 followers worldwide.

Desired outcome: Desired outcome?? How about refunding my membership fee and fixing your discriminatory practices?

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Plenty of fish is discriminating because of my age I’m an 50 year old woman who wants to date 35 to 55. I wasn’t hiding it from anyone. my account was shut down because I prefer to date younger., Yet, I witnessed so many false profiles on a daily basis. Ryan from the pof team told me this is was the reason. This is age discrimination If younger doesn’t want to speak to an older person they should have the option to set an age range and can be left alone.

Desired outcome: Dating ranges need to change

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2:39 am EDT / Plenty of Fish Dating profiles

I’ve had accounts on and off with Pof since 07 since that time this site has become an absolute cesspool of scammers hackers and criminals time it is this is absolutely ridiculous I deserve my money back I could show I could do still shots of obvious if I sent this into the media which is exactly where you get it because embarrassed about doing this anyway but this is absolutely ridiculous I deserve my money back I deserve to be paid to be a detective to go through these profiles and do your job

Desired outcome: Figure out how these scammers and hackers in communist and scum and criminals are getting on here and driving everything freaking into the ground and fix it

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I am unable to answer messages sent o my account, I'm being asked to pay, when I've already paid for a membership. I asked about this? And on 4 different occasions their customer service department has answered that my query is NOT from the the same email as I enrolled from, and therefore they could answer my query, or even look into the issue. I explained (4 times) that that's impossible, I've only got one email, I also provided them with my membership Id. The notifications of messages from other member are sent to the email address I'm question, so why can't the issue be resolved

Desired outcome: I would like the membership fee of £104 to be refunded to me, as they have made no attempts to resolve the issue for me

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish The Truth About Online Dating for Men: A Waste of Time and Energy

I did some experiments to see if online dating is worth it for men. Let me tell you, it's a waste of time. I made a profile with the ugliest woman I could find and I got 50-65 messages every day. Then I made a profile with an Instagram model's pics and got over 3,000 messages in one day. But when I searched for women in my area, I found only 2 real women online at 4AM. The rest were transvestites and prostitutes. Meanwhile, there were 35 pages of men online. That's at least 700 guys for only 2 women! It's impossible for any single woman to still be single with those odds, yet the same women are logged in day and night for years.

I even made a profile with a male model's pics and got a slight increase in responses from women, but mostly from women who rate a 2 or 3. The ratios of men to women are insane, sometimes being 700:1. Hypergamy has always existed with women, but online it quadruples. Even a 2 or 3 won't talk to a man unless he's a solid 10. On the other hand, if you like transvestites, hookers, or fat, tattooed single moms with attitude, you're in luck. But be prepared to compete with thousands of other desperate, lonely men.

POF is not a dating site. It's just an attention-[censored] site for women to get free attention and validation from male simps. Most women have no intention of meeting or dating anyone. They just log in day and night for years. I'm an attractive, successful man and I can't pull a woman to save my life on there unless I go way below my standards. Many years ago, I could, but now it's completely dead. If you're a man thinking of online dating, especially POF, don't bother.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish POF: Anti-Male, Nazi Thought-Police - Avoid This Site Like the Plague!

I totally agree with many of the comments on here about POF. I had a profile on there a couple of years ago, and pride myself on being polite and friendly to all. Then one day my profile had just disappeared for no reason! About a week or so before that, some girl had accused me of not being single (just because I wasn't on there 24/7) and I politely told her that I WAS single. The only thing that I can think of is that she reported me for "not being single" and my profile was deleted! Several e-mails to the Fuhrer (sorry, Frind) and the "customer service" e-mail address went unanswered, so I moved on.

I have recently had another profile, but I see that men are NOT allowed to post shirtless pics anymore, whilst women can post pictures of themselves in their underwear or bikini. I had a message from Hitler (sorry, Frind) stating that my main picture MUST show my face, and they had "kindly" swapped my main pic for one of the others. I was also told that this would be my "only" warning. However, my original main pic DID show my face, so I decided to try an experiment, and clicked "Report user if main pic does not show their face" on a woman's profile which regularly appeared. This just showed her legs and her high heels. The profile stayed the same, so I reported it again, but STILL it was there! The only thing that I can think of is that some bimbos that I hadn't replied to (as I wasn't interested in their arrogant, narcissistic profiles) had clicked on the "Report user if main pic does not show their face" link. Being a man, I had then received the "warning" (oooh, I'm trembling, Mr Nazi Frind) even though - as I mentioned earler - my main pic DID show my face.

Anyway, as of today my profile has been deleted (again for no reason). It is probably another case of "disturbed" female users reporting me for pathetic, untrue reasons (due to my ignoring their messages) and POF being the man-hating, feminist-friendly, anti-male crap that it is did not even bother to check, but just deleted my profile! OK, Herr Frind... stick your rubbish site where the Sun doesn't shine, because I won't be back!

Whilst I have chatted with some nice women on there, most are either full of themselves, mirror posers, psychos and absolute nutters. Heinrich Frind has also stopped men from contacting women with more than a fourteen year age gap. How typically arrogant of "The Creator" to dictate to male users who they can contact, let alone what they can say. Yes, there are lots of perverts out there (some of them are male) but why should ALL men have to pay the price for these? And why should women be elevated to the status of goddesses, so that they can simply report someone that they either don't like (or who has dared NOT to reply to their messages) and get that person's profile deleted?

There is a link asking users what they think POF should do with the profile of the person that they are reporting, and part of this is to delete the profile (and I can guarantee that a male reporting a female will NEVER be listened to). It seems that Frind and his staff HATE men, and consider them all to be perverts/liars/rapists. With this in mind, men... do you really want to give your time and/or money to a site that thinks that of you? Many (once standard) features on the site now are paid-for features (such as hiding your profile, etc). My question is this:- why would you give your money to these anti-male, Nazi thought-police? After all, they could just delete your profile when some sad pathetic loser decides to report you for nothing at all apart from not replying to her... and would you get a refund? I'm not sure on that one, but I wouldn't be surprised if the answer is a resounding "no".

AVOID THIS SITE LIKE THE PLAGUE. Personally, I wouldn't even give POF one star, but there doesn't seem to be an option on here to give none.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Review: A Fresh Look and Improved UI, But Is It Worth the Cost?

The Plenty of Fish website and mobile app have undergone a recent update, giving it a fresh new look with a pinkish or salmon-colored framework. The user interface has also been improved, making it feel less outdated and more similar to other popular dating apps like Tinder. When filling out your profile, you'll notice little circles or ovals that you can select to indicate your interests, such as tennis, music, or movies.

However, the new changes also mean that you can only message one person for free per every 24 hours. If you want to message more people, you'll need to pay a minimum of $40 for a 3-month subscription package. Additionally, if you're not a paid subscriber, you won't be able to see who has viewed your profile or who you've matched with from the "Meet Me" section. While the site is technically free, it's difficult to use effectively without paying for a subscription, especially if you're a male user.

Plenty of Fish also uses a "Boost" system, similar to Tinder, where you can pay to have your profile seen more often. Without purchasing Boosts, your profile won't be as visible, especially in the "Meet Me" section. Boosts are not included in the subscription package, so you'll need to pay extra for them. However, using Boosts can increase the number of views you get on your profile.

If you send messages on Plenty of Fish, you won't be able to delete them from your sent box. This means that if you're sensitive about being "left on read," you'll need to be prepared to see that the other person has read your message. The quality of the people on the site is subjective, but it seems that many of the blatant fakes and bots have been weeded out. However, women still receive more messages and views than men, so male users will need to send several messages a day to get a response.

Plenty of Fish also age-brackets and age-discriminates users, meaning that you can only talk to people within a certain age range. Some users also disable messaging, which means that you won't be able to message them at all if you don't fit their criteria. However, you can still "like" their profile by clicking on the heart icon.

Overall, if you're willing to pay for a subscription and Boosts, and you have patience and endurance, you might be able to catch a fish or two on Plenty of Fish. Just be aware of the limitations and costs associated with using the site.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish POF Review: A Scam Dating Site Full of Fake Profiles and Scammers

POF, or Plenty of Fish, claims to be a totally free dating site that offers a great chance to meet other singles. As someone who has been divorced for four years, I was excited to try out this site. However, it quickly became apparent that there were some major issues with POF.

First, you have to take a supposed psychological test to see what your emotional and relationship needs are. While this may seem like a good idea, it doesn't actually help you find compatible matches. Instead, you'll be bombarded with messages from people in other countries or parts of the US that are too far away to be practical.

To make matters worse, Markus, the creator of the site, will implore you to upgrade to get enhanced service. But even if you do upgrade, you'll still be inundated with messages from scammers and prostitutes. These profiles often dress scantily in their photos and talk about wanting to meet people for fun, not just one sincere man. It's clear that POF is not about finding a partner or spouse, despite what they claim.

Even if you do manage to find someone you're interested in, you'll likely be met with rebuke, none response, or even being blocked. Many profiles claim they are not there for a booty call, but it's clear that this is not the case. And if you try to report suspected scammers or prostitutes, you'll likely be thrown out of the site.

After four years of using POF, I've come to the conclusion that it's not free, it's not full of real female members, and your membership is contingent upon how soon you will be tricked into upgrading. The site is full of fake profiles and responses, and it's clear that the staff is not doing their job to protect members from scammers.

In conclusion, I would not recommend POF to anyone. It's a waste of time and money, and the site falls under the criminal category of business fraud. It's clear that POF is only interested in making money, and they don't care whether you're being scammed or emotionally affected. It's time for the authorities to investigate these scams and for credit card companies to red flag these sites.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish POF Review: A Male Perspective on Finding Love (Spoiler Alert: It's Not Easy)

I'm writing this big review from a dude's point of view. This review was edited (again) on 21. 9. 15.

This is a real dating site and I've met a lot of girls from POF since joining in 2012 (using the site infrequently). I've had a number of relationships but due to this effectively being blind dating, and lots of people on POF having serious personal problems, I don't think it is possible to find "the one" on here so I no longer use it.

I used POF because I am extremely shy around women, possibly due to being mild aspergers, and it is hard for me to make the first move (women usually don't because "equality" and it is hard to logically explain to me why strange women are worth the anxiety and stress of talking to).

I have learned to be very suspicious why some women would even use online dating if they're as "in-demand" as they usually say they are. ("I pull an average of three blokes on every night out... PLEASE DATE ME AND HAVE SEX WITH ME")

I recently deleted my profile because of two women who were plainly psychos, but also because most women seem to be there to get their ego stroked. Beware the "friend collector" who cancels the day before the first date but wants to stay in touch as friends - this is probably the most common type now.

I would advise men who "must" use POF to consider becoming a paid member as it massively increases your chances at getting messages or replies, for a while anyway. POF will automatically renew your paid subscription - you must make sure this option is disabled as they don't do refunds.

Men *mightaverage one to three messages per week with a good picture and a good profile, provided he is VERY active on the site and a paid member, but most will go weeks or months without any contact at all. Women, contrary to what they say, do not seem to read your profile and do not like long profiles or long messages. Women also don't like pics of men looking directly at the camera or without a shirt, even though many of them post pics of themselves pole dancing or showing way too much leg. They also prefer to send you messages just saying "Hi" (which they themselves hate to receive).

Women get a "flirt option" where they can "express an interest in you" - there is no explanation provided to the male member of what this actually means, or why she didn't just send you a message. A few have strenuous lists of demands, and some even ask you to score yourself to see if it's worth messaging them.

The site says 1 in 3 of your messages won't get a reply. Literally, I think my overall response rate was 15%, which is actually really good for a man. Most women only send one or two very short responses that are nearly impossible to turn into a conversation. You are lucky if you actually date one in every hundred women. And I don't think I actually dated a woman who I messaged first.

I will warn you now that being a male on POF will earn you the status of "scum of the earth" and some women will take their problems out on you, give you the run around, cheat on you and she is unlikely to look anything like her profile pictures (I've never met a girl who looked exactly like her pics).

Typically women start sending me sexts by the end of the first or second day. One even recorded herself moaning my name on Whatsapp (we hadn't even met).

About two thirds of the women I managed to date offered sex, or admitted they wanted sex, on the first night. More than one girl didn't want to see me again after I declined first date sex. One girl cried when I said no, then threatened me the next day.

I learned through POF that the ONE thing women can never hear is the word "no" - you don't say it to the monkeys in Planet of the Apes, you most certainly don't say it to a woman who's getting 10 messages a day, because she's on par with God, apparently.

So, to be "successful" on POF, be an aspie; let women make the first move; do not buy her a meal or spend much money on the first date; or better yet, overcome your fears and ask women out in real life, you're 90% less likely to get murdered.

If you're looking for a hookup, POF is frustrating and demoralising but can work, but I was looking for love, and that doesn't exist on POF.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Scam: Owner Markus Frind Allows Fake Profiles and Blocks Paid Memberships

I joined Plenty of Fish ( and after two days, I decided to become a paid member on 06/30/13. I was excited to access the paid upgrade membership perks, but I was disappointed when I noticed that I was unable to access most of them. The company was not following its own rules and policies, and I couldn't get a helpful response from customer service. I did some research and found out that I was not alone. There were tons of victims of Plenty Of Fish who were scammed out of their money.

I noticed that the site blocks both paid membership and unpaid memberships for no apparent reason. The victims were attempting to look for love on the site, but they were scammed out of their money. I also found out that Markus Frind, the owner of Plenty of Fish, allows his goons to post fake profiles with the pictures of those victims who were abruptly locked out of the site. These victims can't get back in to protest removal, and they are told by others that their pictures are still actively online without their knowledge or permission.

I read and reread the policies to be sure to keep my profile from being one of those deleted and blocked from reentering. However, my profile pictures kept being deleted, even though they clearly showed my face. I couldn't determine what was acceptable and what was not, as I had already heard about the random termination of profiles that don't abide by their rules. None of my pictures went against policy, but I received many profile visits from users who did go against policy. They showed bare midriffs, non-face pics, nude pictures of bodies, and genitals parts inappropriately dancing across my screen by non-paid members. I tried to flag these profiles and report each and every infraction, but nothing was done to correct it. I then noticed that my emails were being monitored, and my return emails to other members would disappear before my eyes.

With the thousands of unpaid members that should have been monitored, I was being monitored carefully each and every day of the 4 days I had a paid membership. I was careful not to infringe on policy, but my whole profile was constantly being rearranged differently every time I returned. I realized that the profile that I created was not my profile, and I requested help again. Unfortunately, other dating sites are sister sites to POF who practice the same actions. They scam money from unsuspecting victims and terminate their accounts.

Two days later, I received a threatening email from Markus Frind that I would only be reminded once for uploading pictures that did not have my face displayed clearly. I responded by requesting information on how to get my money back. I no longer wanted to be a member of a site that does not follow its own rules and policies, being selective to which profiles could and which profiles couldn't continue their membership. I would dispute the transaction with my credit card company and advocate the Better Business Bureau continuously about the site until someone hears me.

I removed any pics that were left, and all information and left a Thank You, POF on my bare profile, before responding to his email. I was eagerly watching and waiting to see how long it would take him to lock out yet another paid member. It didn't take long. He terminated what was left of my profile and took my money on July 4th, 2013, four days later. As long as Markus Frind is paid, he doesn't care who he scams, and he has gotten away with it long enough.

I will continually advocate every day and every week for as long as it takes until POF is shut down permanently for those who don't have a voice as well as for myself. POF must be terminated just as the owner has terminated us. A Class Action Suit Is In Order. With no plans to stop until it happens.

For all scammed former POF users, please file a claim with your BBB to have your voice heard for your own peace of mind. Paid or unpaid members, speak and be heard. Plenty Of Fish Media, Inc. 2625 555 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC V6B 4N5 - Headquarters.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Avoid this dating site at all costs: Fake profiles, rude people, and a waste of money

This site is the worst. I tried it a few times, but it's just not for people who want a real relationship. Most of the people on here are gross and don't have any class. And even if you find someone who seems normal and attractive, they either don't respond to your messages, insult you, or just want you to do dirty things to them. And don't even get me started on the fake profiles. They say they match you with people who are similar to you, but that's a load of crap. They don't even ask enough questions to really know who you are and what you want. The tests they have are long and boring, and no one wants to do them. And even if you do, it doesn't really help.

And then they have the nerve to charge you for an "upgraded" membership. All you get is a few extra features that aren't even that useful. It's a total rip-off. And the people on here are just awful. They don't have jobs or education, and they can't even write a proper sentence. And the men are just mean and rude. They insult you and say horrible things. And when you meet them in person, they look nothing like their pictures.

I'm not someone who complains a lot, but this site is just terrible. They say they're a dating site, but they don't even try to match you with compatible people. And they don't even have customer service. It's like they know their site is bad and they don't care.

So if you're looking for a real relationship, don't waste your time on this site. But if you just want to hook up with trashy people, then go ahead. I've heard that most of the women on here are disgusting and offer themselves up like [censored]s. So if that's what you're into, then this site is for you. But if you're a normal person who wants to meet someone decent, then find a better dating site.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Review: Deceptive Site with Unattractive Women and Fake Profiles

Plenty of Fish ( is a dating site that has left me feeling disappointed and deceived. The women on this site are unattractive, unintelligent, and have nothing going for them except their pets and children. It's like they don't realize they're at the "last chance saloon." The losers on this site are abundant, and it's clear that pretty girls don't have to work too hard to get attention. If you look like Dracula and only come out at night, maybe it's time to accept that Prince Charming doesn't exist and settle for what crosses your path.

Unfortunately, the site is also plagued with fake profiles that are active all day and night. These scammers have run out of imagination and are now using usernames like "fhglghlghlfh." When you check the profile details, you'll find that the hair color and eye color descriptions don't match the pictures. It's clear that the site is not doing enough to weed out these fake profiles.

Even the real profiles are disappointing. Many of the women have long lists of demands, such as wanting to be treated like a princess despite looking beat up. They also feature pictures with their pets and children. While there's nothing wrong with having kids, these women seem to have forgotten that most men don't want to raise someone else's children.

If you have an awkward personality and always try to get your own way, you'll scare off most suitors, male or female. If you're past the peak of youth and entering the granny fanny stage of your life, maybe it's time to settle for cat company. Male intuition tells us that most men don't want to bring up someone else's children, and they'll always be second or third in that scenario.

I've analyzed this site and found that it's just another rip-off. The positive reviews seem fake and are likely designed to balance out the negative ones. When you create a profile, you'll be inundated with messages, but when you pay, the women disappear. To unsubscribe, you'll have to search for a tiny button or underlined text, and if you don't manually unsubscribe, they'll automatically extend your subscription and draw from your account without your knowledge.

In conclusion, I can't sugarcoat this review. Plenty of Fish is a deceptive dating site that's not worth your time or money. Before enrolling in another dating site, check the reviews extensively, as the little guy is more likely to tell the truth than a large corporation looking to fleece you. Stay safe and stay off drugs.

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Verified customer This complaint was posted by a verified customer. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Plenty of Fish Review: A Scam to Avoid for Legitimate Online Dating

definitely a scam. I would not recommend Plenty of Fish to anyone looking for a legitimate dating website.

Overall, my experience with Plenty of Fish was disappointing and frustrating. While the initial sign up process was easy and free, the website quickly proved to be full of bots and scams. The paid subscription did offer some additional features, but it was not worth the money.

The customer service was also lacking, with no response to my emails and no help with the technical issues I was experiencing. The fact that they can delete your account without warning or explanation is also concerning.

In conclusion, I would advise anyone considering using Plenty of Fish to look elsewhere for a more reputable and trustworthy dating website.

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Plenty of Fish, or POF, is a dating site that has been the subject of many negative reviews. Some people claim that it is a scam site, and that the company does not care about its users. If you look at the reviews on the Better Business Bureau website, you will see that many people have had bad experiences with POF.

One of the things that is concerning about POF is that the company does not guarantee that you will find a match. They also do not guarantee that the people you see on the site are real, or that they will respond to your messages. POF claims that they remove fake profiles, but many users say that this is not true. It is up to the users to report fake profiles, which can be a time-consuming process.

Another issue with POF is that the company makes it difficult to cancel your subscription. Some users have reported that they continue to be billed even after they have cancelled their subscription. POF also retains your personal information even after you delete your profile, which is a cause for concern.

The Match Group, which owns POF, as well as other dating sites like Tinder, Hinge, and OkCupid, has been criticized for its handling of user data. If you are banned from one of their sites, you will not be able to use any of their other sites. This can be problematic if you were banned for a mistake or misunderstanding.

Despite these issues, some people still choose to use POF. However, it is important to be cautious when using the site. Many of the accounts on POF are either abandoned or fake, and the company does not take responsibility for removing them. This is because they need these fake accounts to make their site seem more popular than it actually is.

If you do decide to use POF, be aware that the company does not offer any guarantees, and that it can be difficult to cancel your subscription. It is also important to be cautious when interacting with other users, as not all of them may be genuine. If you do have a problem with POF, don't expect the Better Business Bureau to be of much help. It is up to you to protect yourself and your personal information.

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10:13 am EDT / Plenty of Fish Plenty of fakes

Every guy who has contacted me or who I have contacted in the past week have all been fake profiles. Every. Single. One. It's easy to spot them because they are very attractive, always have nice, professional pictures and they are almost always a widower, born in Europe and have a master's degree.

They call you beautiful, soulmate, etc. and their English is not great. Like this one guy told me, when I asked if he had children, that his daughter is "schooling in the U.K." When I questioned him about his terminology he said that he was from Denmark but he's allegedly been here in the States for 25 years.

Think about it: a very good looking guy (or woman for that matter) doesn't need a dating site. They can go anywhere and find someone.

Desired outcome: I would like an apology from POF and a promise that they will do better to weed out the fake profiles.

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Verified customer The reviewer confirmed their account using Google. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Cannot upload any pictures to Plenty of Fish

I just created a profile on Plenty of Fish and anytime I go to add a photo it says I’m only allowed 16 pictures and I cannot add any more but I haven’t even uploaded a single picture so there’s nothing to delete so I don’t know what to do. It did this weird thing while I was trying to upload photos and it just automatically signed me out so I’m not sure if that had anything to do with it.

Desired outcome: Please tell me how I can fix it so I can upload a couple of pictures since I have none uploaded

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RysGrego56 is using plenty of fish web sight to run scams, he contacted me chatted a little and wanted to move off sight to chat and go to google chat, he started on sweet talk and he doesn't even know me, I have been through this before so cut him off and am reporting it to you.

Than the next day I am contacted by leo_foccazi and he also wanted to go off line and wanted my phone number so we could chat ( text ), I have learned that these scammers use the same basic plan.

Thank you David Melgren

Desired outcome: have them removed and band from your sight, black list them

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Verified customer The reviewer confirmed their account using Google. Learn more / Plenty of Fish Sweetheart scams

A member on this site contacted me three weeks ago acting all in love with me, he suggested we move off sight and text, but soon he started to ask for money, sweetheart scam, this went on for two weeks if I didn't give him what he wanted he started talking mean, trying to get me to cash phony checks, I contacted the police in his town and they are now seriously investigating him for check fraud and money laundering.
member name Myke01
Kelso, Washington police department Email address [protected]
case# A23-8379
my member name twic
David Melgren 1518 W Lee Rd Othello, wa 99344
P.S I have also filed a complaint with the FBI, Federal Trade Commission and USPS because he sent checks through the mail, mail fraud

Desired outcome: have scammer permanently band, have prosecute for internet fraud

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Plenty of Fish (POF) is a popular online dating platform that has been around since 2003. It is one of the largest dating websites in the world, with over 150 million registered users. The site is free to use, but users can upgrade to a paid membership for additional features.

POF has a simple and user-friendly interface that allows users to create a profile, search for matches, and communicate with other users. The site uses a matchmaking algorithm to suggest potential matches based on users' preferences and behavior on the site. Users can also search for matches using various filters, such as age, location, and interests.

One of the unique features of POF is the Chemistry Predictor, which is a personality test that helps users find compatible matches. The test consists of 73 questions that cover various aspects of personality, such as emotional temperament, social style, and relationship values.

POF also has a mobile app that is available for both iOS and Android devices. The app has all the features of the website, including the Chemistry Predictor, and allows users to access their account on the go.

Overall, POF is a reliable and popular dating platform that offers a range of features to help users find compatible matches. Its large user base and user-friendly interface make it a great choice for anyone looking to try online dating.
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Overview of / Plenty of Fish complaint handling / Plenty of Fish reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Jan 27, 2009. The latest review I do not appreciate the double standard you have online was posted on Apr 5, 2024. The latest complaint fake account was resolved on Apr 17, 2019. / Plenty of Fish has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 559 reviews. / Plenty of Fish has resolved 39 complaints.
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