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On an Internet dating site you can place your ad for free but there is a catch.
What about social networking sites such as Facebook, My Space, and Twitter?
For example, only matches women with taller men - because so many women complain if they're set up with shorter men, says Warren.
And 25% of men older than 50 say they only want to be set up with "fertile" women - that is, younger women in their 20s and 30s, Warren says."So what happens if a short guy signs up for e Harmony if e Harmony needs to satisfy their female customers who overwhelmingly prefer tall men?
I'm sorry to drift off the topic of this blog and attack e Harmony but most dating sites including have also developed a "formula" of their own to weed out people they deem non-relationship material.
In reality, not everyone rejected by e Harmony and other sites are non-relationship material and just because someone wasn't rejected by a site doesn't mean they are not crazy or that they are any more relationship material than ones who have been rejected.
If someone responds to your free profile, you have to sign up for a monthly service where your credit card is charged once a month until you cancel (some people have reported troubles canceling their membership).Have you ever been told to "turn right" where there isn't a road?Hopefully you don't end up in a lake like episode where he was told to turn into a lake.Some groups have accused e Harmony of rejected people for other reasons.Here is an interesting article that appeared in the "Moreover, people often start out with inherent biases that some services have incorporated into their formulas, because after all, it is a business that aims to satisfy its customers.Is the short guy automatically told that they are unable to find a compatible partner for them even if they score well on their relationship compatibility test?Are they allowed to join but never receive any matches even though they are paying to be matched with someone?Do you really trust a computer to match you with someone?Have you ever been taken on a wild ride by a GPS device that tells you to exit a highway then make a couple turns then return to the same highway?As the leading consumer advocacy website, our technology is being continually upgraded to handle the volume of searches from consumers, the media, the authorities and millions of others from around the world.By the way I am not in any way affiliated with Match, But could tell right away that it is a much better website for meeting people.