Did you know that many of the so-called “Christian” dating sites aren’t really Christian?We’re one of the few that actually is Christian-owned-and-operated. In the survey, respondents gave online dating sites the lowest satisfaction scores Consumer Reports has seen for any rated service in two decades - even lower than cable tv companies! But even with so many “dissatisfied” online daters, a surprising 44% of respondents who tried online dating say they have had or are in a serious long-term relationship or have gotten married, thanks to dating online. Consumer Reports surveyed nearly 10,000 online daters to find out which sites can lead to a meaningful match.
The web search is part of the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN)’s annual internet sweep, involving over 50 consumer protection agencies around the world.Make no mistake: Online dating services work for many people.Seventeen percent of couples who were surveyed and who married in 2012 met online, and 20 percent of couples who were surveyed were in current committed relationships that began online, according to Statistic Brain.Transparency or a lack of disclosure around automatic renewals is also a concern.“If a ‘free’ offer isn’t really free, pricing isn’t clear, or a contract is easy to sign up to but hard to get out of, then we will find it,” Ms Rickard said.If knowing who you support and where your hard earned money goes is important to you, you can trust that we’re the real deal!