While having been on another dating site for a month with very minimal success, the Elite Singles ad appeared on Facebook and I thought to give it a try. I was concerned that many of the approaches of Elite appeared to be the same as the miserable service of which I was already a member, but the tedious profile questions presented by Elite I thought might lead to a better success. My unequaled contempt came about an hour after joining when I found half of my answers to my profile questions had been rejected for “security” concerns, and may be for spelling.
Both my career and my hobby is writing. Largely, mine is often emotional writing to influence public opinion in select controversial subjects. And all spell checked. I had given the same amount of thought and craft to my answers for Elite as I do when writing for my avocation. Answers that were designed to highlight me in a competitive marketing environment. All failing to meet Elite’s “hand reviewed” standards. It is now early morning. I am annoyed. I have sent Elite Singles my complaint, asked for the contract to be canceled, and asked for my money back. Elite Singles quickly demonstrated to me that it is nothing more than another predatory hand in the pocket of people like me looking for a solution to a period of loneliness.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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