Datingforparents com review
I sort of see the point behind that – people these days just sign up at dating sites without really bothering to write very much about themselves.
After all, isn’t it easier to just record a video of yourself and get everything important said in 2 minutes? Considering the amount of bad selfies that people take on their webcams and/or smartphones, just imagine the quality of videos that could be uploaded! Always remember what Monica used to say in “Friends”: Camera adds 5 pounds!
The site could do with a little redesign to make it more user-friendly and free it from unnecessary clutter.
The profiles are kind of a mix – they seem fun enough but are not very informative.
There is an online chat-tool that paid users cans access very easily.
Once you find your match, you will then immediately see if (s)he is online and available to chat.
If you catch someone’s eye and you want to chat, then you’re bound to video chat anyway sooner rather than later.
Similarly, there’s an option to request to see other user’s private photos.
A few years ago we noticed some suspicious behaviour on the site when even before you had finished with your profile and hadn’t even uploaded a photo yet, you were already contacted by some member via the site’s email.
You can search by new members, new members who have been added on the same day, you can perform a postcode search, you can look for those who are online just now, you can search amongst those you’ve marked as friends…. If search isn’t quite enough for you, there’s also an option to attract the attention of hundreds of users.
It’s something called Flirtcast – a message that allows you to write a personal ‘advertisement’ and then send it to hundreds of potential matches, based on your default search.