for different reasons: flirting with strangers, no strings attached hook-ups, summer flings etc.— but some users are looking for something more serious (perhaps even permanent).
Only 13 percent said they had made it past the first four weeks... I know that there's a definitely a hookup culture surrounding Tinder, but I would have thought the number was higher — considering we're only talking about people who have made it at least a month with even one person off of Tinder.
In February, e Harmony CEO Neil Clark Warren, who co-founded the company as a Christian dating site, told CNN, "We didn't want to pretend to be experts on gay and lesbian couples ... It's a different match."In the same interview, Warren defended e Harmony against apps like Tinder, saying that Tinder was used for hook-ups, not marriage.
is another dating site that boasts a high success rate when it comes to marriages and relationships.
At any time during this first week, if you feel dissatisfied, you can request a refund.
After the first week your membership reverts to 'basic' which is free.
If you're in search of a long-term relationship and everything that comes with it, here are the sites with the best odds for finding just that.