Makes me wonder if most of the people on the site are real.
Yep, it's just another bogus dating site, meant to steal your money and give you one bogus picture after the other to look at. Find a good bar with live music and stay away from this farce of a dating site. Many profiles contained the same generic verbiage and it immediately became clear they were scripted and computer generated.
It's not entirely necessary that I be matched with a pageant bombshell, but when I can't discern their gender based on appearance, that's a problem.
That I, a college-educated, decently attractive, good-natured 33-year-old guy with a full-time job, a solid career, and even my own house can't catch a single break in this department is inconceivable.
Reviews of Zoosk I had read online rated it a cut or two above others of its caliber, mainly on grounds of its superior ease of usage.
Went into my account this afternoon and there were pictures of a woman other than myself on my profile. This person was communicating with gentlemen using my account and it was obviously intended to scam money from men. They CLOSED my account without replying to my email.
I signed up for Zoosk and had been communicating with a gentleman who I was very interested in.
Within the first week of using Zoosk, I found myself regretting my decision.
After browsing numerous profiles of local singles, many of whom would have been perfectly compatible with me based on profile information, I sent out several messages in an attempt to initiate conversation. This process repeated itself throughout the subsequent weeks and months.