I thought I would try this out because I am a bit of a loner and thought it would be nice to maybe meet someone to chat with. Even with all the fakes on Match. Before doing that I wanted to look at his page one more time. His profile status states widower, he is not a widower, he is divorced. The site delivers on the promise of creating a matchmaking platform for singles above 50, but the quality of the service is more than a little shaky.
I think the must just make up profiles and get some photos off of google images or something. Save your money, you will have better look meeting someone in a grocery store or book store, Ease of Use Not Rated Extreme caution on this site. I have had nothing but frustration with this company. I did not total fraud. Also, there is the possibility to communicate with other members only for upgraded accounts and show other members you find them interesting by sending a flirt or by adding them to your list of favourites.
I will not be going back. Bottom Line Since an , there is nothing to lose if you sign up for OurTime. It should not be allowed even on the screen at all. When you respond to the flirts or messages you never hear back from the person. Plenty Of Fish is much better.
I came across one decent man and as we exchanged conversation and about to talk over the phone ; he contacted me and said I created a fake profile and that I should not waste my time contacting him again. If you say yes, they send messages to the individual without your explicit permission. One said he lived in Canada but is phone number was from Ohio I guessed him and off the radar r he went I had another one that I told about the guy from canada and off the radar he went, so I am very concerned and I may lose my money but it is safer to be then sorry. Any lawyers out there that might be able to answer this? What does this tell you? The 44 were included in the 80. One week and then I want my money back or further actions will be taken. Also, I was told by others that they had an option to join on a monthly basis.
Then I was told there was an update and now the limitation. For us, ladies, I'm not interested in pursuing a man, as Steve Harvey says, the woman is the prize. Ease of Use Not Rated I was signed up for both of these sites which I believe is one and the same. This site seems to be a money making scam that preys on mature adults. They profess to screen profile postings. This site is awful do not waste your time. I was just looking for someone to spend time with my own age.
I am too embarrassed to report to police and end up on the news. OurTime is actually a terrible site. Of the 80% who do not, some may not be actually using the site any more, or are bombarded with messages, or just possibly think they are too wonderful to bother answering unless they see perceive you as perfect. It includes height, body type, background, relationship status, kids, hobbies, interests, occupation, religion and ethnicity. Then another page said it was not yet set up for PayPal but implied it might in the future. If you are interested, you can also respond with a yes or no and another set of profile photos will appear on your page.
This is the worst dating site ever. I think there are a bunch of fake profiles and that most of the messages and flirts are fake to get you hooked. There are some girls who are clearly on to rip off older guys. Then pay a token for his release. If you mange to get pass the background check and found to be a scammer. Soon he professed his love to me, and wanted to meet me at some shady place, and, soon I found out that his wife was fit, and fine, and still alive, and he was just looking for an opportunity to cheat on his wife.
Stay away from this site. Clearly not a match but they send them as such. When you're ready to take things offline, OurTime has a list of live events that can make for fun dates, including cooking classes and cocktail hours. I thought just maybe things had changed but I was again disappointed. Nothing in life is free.