Thus, we were really not surprised to find some people questioning the “compatibility of matches” that eHarmony sells. For example, in the online independent platforms, you’ll easily find person members complaining of being matched with clearly incompatible persons even though the eHarmony’s compatibility ratings were declaring them 100% compatible.
eHarmony is a legitimate dating site that comes out as a strong dating site for serious singles seeking long term relationships. This is not a place for the short flings or hook-ups. You’re also not likely to be bombarded with tons of “Hi”. Though the “scientific” matching system of eHarmony has been called out, the site still put in the effort to ensure that it only send to members only profiles that match certain compatibility indices. Thus, you are very likely to find compatible singles in the site. And if you are one of such that holds that compatibility leads to “happy ever after”, then eHarmony holds a gives you a good shot at “happy ever after”.
It is safe and legit, it has a large membership base, profiles are detailed enough, and it provides a lot of communication resources.
However, there are some bumps along the road. You’ll have to be straight to use it (as men can only seek women, while women can only seek men). You’ll find that you have to open the wallet to use the service meaningfully, and you’ll be spending relatively more because eHarmony is relatively expensive. Also, you’ll need to be patient; you cannot search the members’ pool, and eHarmony will only send you a limited number of matches daily. Also, you may not get responses from some of the matches when you reach out. They are either inactive profiles or free account holders that can’t communicate – take your pick.
To ensure that short terms seeking singles are weeded out, eHarmony has a detailed and lengthy signup process that’s sure to frustrate any short term goals. That is, only persons seeking the long terms will put in the time and effort (and as we’ll find later the money) to answer the flurry of questions that eHarmony will throw.
Also, eHarmony has very impressive success numbers. The website reports that it is responsible for about 500 marriages per day in the US alone. However, if you do not trust self-claims, you can do a small search, and you’ll easily find (in independent reviews platforms) couples/ happy partners who started from eHarmony.
Thus, the eHarmony Compatibility Matching System ® entail using its 150 compatibility questions to know how each member rates on the 29 Dimension of Compatibility; and then sending you matches that are menchats best suited to you.
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However, the free plan is basically worthless as it is severely limited. It is available for an unlimited time period; you can create a detailed personality profile which will be used in finding good matches for you; you will be sent compatible matches, and you can view the matches (albeit not their pictures). However, your communication with matches sent to you will end at sending smiles to them, which at most tells them that you have viewed their profile. Thus, the free plan is basically a way of checking out the quality of the matches of eHarmony. If you are satisfied with the profile of the matches, you’ll then have to upgrade to a paid plan to have any meaningful communication (or more) with these matches.
Though there is no support for payment methods such as cryptocurrencies and web wallets, with the supported methods, you shouldn’t have problems with upgrading to eHarmony’s paid plans no matter what country you are in.
Imagine receiving a match with 100% or near-100% compatibility ratings, only for you to click on the profile and find it incomplete. The big questions are where the lengthy compatibility quiz (which is supposedly used in determining compatibility) is not taken, how does eHarmony come about their compatibility ratings?