The fonts used, size of text, photos, the whole design of the profile page is just so bland and non-descript that it almost makes a tedious job out of the process of browsing. However, the search works easily and the results are plentiful.In the past we’ve criticised Cupid-owned sites for scammy practices in trying to get you to join their sites.You get to answer a bunch of questions and afterwards the system judges your answers and puts together your personality report with tips included.It’s not the most thorough and groundbreaking testing system we’ve seen in online dating but I suppose it fills the purpose just as well if you believe in that sort of thing.Profiles are informative and contain a lot of information – basic stuff as well as your own words which give you a chance to shine and stand out.
Usual questions asked, usual boxes to be filled with the usual selection of pop-up answers.
We didn’t notice anything fishy on this site, the profiles seemed genuine enough and we didn’t get any suspicious contact requests from anyone either.
Certainly an interesting little feature that helps you to promote yourself but we don’t know how effective it could be at this stage – if you don’t yet have a proper profile to promote then it’s hardly going to have a very good effect on your best matches.
Therefore our advice would be to finish your profile first and perhaps take a little look around the site yourself in order to see what’s on offer before you start sending out your profile description to possible matches.
As you fill in your profile, you also get to test something the site calls your .
Basically it’s just Friends Reunited Dating’s version of compatibility and personality testing.