That's not nice, it's not ethical and it completely defeats the purpose of seeking online help to find a date.
Begin slideshow Steve Harvey developed Delightful, an online dating service for women to make them "more dateable." Right.Inspired by Jiayuan.com, the largest online dating site in China, he thinks dating sites would have happier customers overall if they did away with their current pricing models and charged users per message sent.“If sending messages had a price or you could send only a fixed number per day, people you contact online would know you had to give up something to do so, which would incentivize better behavior,” he says.If your goal is to get a date—or find a mate—are you better off with one type over the other?Both kinds are popular, so you can’t go just by that. Let me preface this with the fact that I have nothing against online dating.
Online dating is a great way for busy or introverted people, or those with weird schedules, or just those who want to meet new people outside their current circle and local haunts, to find romance or a hookup or a husband or wife or friend with benefits.
“There are people of different intentions on every platform; it’s more important what your intention is.” Perhaps the key factor that determines whether you’ll like a site is not the price to join but the kind of people you find on it and how they behave and communicate.
“That’s the real issue—how happy are people with their interactions on the dating sites,” says Scott Kominers, a lecturer in economics at Harvard University.
And that’s not me trying to be judgy or harsh here; it’s just the cold truth.
The world is full of creeps and dishonest human beings, and using these dating sites is a surefire way to seek those people out.
Because women are the problem, not men who have been divorced twice, married a woman with whom they cheated on their second spouse, and think mustaches are a good idea.