The downside Currently, unless you live in the San Francisco area it’s impossible to do a targeted search for your state or city. When you receive a bagel, you have the option to like or pass; both sides have to like in order for either to take the next step.
But for now, you can meet Stitchers” in other locations in order to connect for travel or chat about mutual interests long-distance. Other plans are or a month, depending on options you choose. Why it made the list Using only friends of friends eliminates some of the unknowns of dating and increases the likelihood that you’ll find you have something in common.
Why it made the list It’s beautifully designed, with clear information about how to use the site.
The mandatory identity verification system is a nice safety feature designed to eliminate scammers, well worth the verification fee for a free user plan.
Like e Harmony, Match only accepts users who are single, divorced or widowed.
As with e Harmony, unsubscribing is reported to be difficult.
A companion/dating site for older adults age 50 and over, Stitch launched earlier this year in San Francisco and is accepting signups from users in other areas of the country.
New York City and Los Angeles are up next and will launch when enough people have registered from these areas.
The system depends on users have plenty of single Facebook friends, and since it also requires that any prospective date you “like” also likes you (“likes” do not show up on your Facebook! Plus, the site only shows one match in a 24-hour period. Cost It’s free to sign up and use, but you pay for “Beans” – Beans unlock more information about your match, such as mutual friends.
You can pay for a bunch of Beans or earn them by inviting friends or engaging in other cute little gimmicks. matches – after the 24-hour window and check your ranking.