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So, in hopes of keeping the money rolling in, they send out phantom profiles (profiles of women whose membership has lapsed) to men who have signed on for free trials or who have cancelled their memberships.I personally experienced firsthand the same bait-and-switcheroo.As of this writing, a class-action lawsuit has been lodged against match.com; plaintiffs are seeking a refund of their membership fees on the grounds that they were defrauded.In my travels, I have found that several basic types of women frequent online dating sites: 1. Professional daters who, sucked in by the endless choice online dating appears to offer, keep looking for the Bigger, Better Deal. Scratch a professional dater, and youll likely find someone with a serious fear of commitment lurking underneath. They typically like to delete or block men that are 'losers', to them that is men that don't have good looks. If you ever see a profile where a woman says, My children mean everything to me, RUN! Russian/ Eastern European women or women from other foreign countries such as Nigeria where poverty and crime is rife. Some of the ugliest women I've ever seen in my life were online, And the ones who are decent looking don't reply back to you 90% of the time Because they're too busy reading through the hundreds and hundreds of other messages from other guys trying to pick them up.When my membership was active matches would arrive by e-mail.When I logged on to respond, I found that many of the profiles had magically disappeared!I think Facebook completely changed the game and kept feeding into massive gigantic ego's.
I don't mind if I scare away a chick, or if she does not respond, it just means that they are not the kind of woman I want. Sent from my KFJWI using Tapatalk HD In the early days of the internet when there was less exposure to online dating, you could meet high quality women easily through chatrooms (AOL, ICQ, IRC) if you knew how to hold a decent conversation.Women like this are clearly suffering from what I call Princess Syndrome. (theyre the ones who post a face and cleverage pic but nobody pic). Bottom line: Online dating is a bad deal for average / ugly looking men. I can pull hotter women with less baggage in real situations..so can you. Maybe I'm wrong, but don't girls live to tell the story of how they met their significant other? The story how I met my x was great and she loved to tell, hell even I loved to tell the story.A characteristic symptom of the malady is having a stringent laundry list of requirements and standards few men could ever hope to meet. Guys, your money and time is better invested elsewhere. You both know why you're there, you meet up and hope the pictures were accurate, if you get a second date you know you'll get laid. I can't imagine someone asking me how we met and I say plenty of fish.Online dating is great for women and it sucks for guys.It seems to be a perfect fit for our consumerist society, where only the best-looking or richest men get taken off the shelf.