Perfect match online dating singles

Perfect Match offers both free and paid subscriptions, at which there are two levels that include different features.

The sign up process isn’t very speedy, and is along the lines of the sign up process at or e Harmony, but not quite as extensive.

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Here at 70up Singles, we believe that no matter what time of life, and under what circumstances you’re single, no one should be lonely.

The average Perfect Match user is a middle-aged white woman (although there are nearly as many men) without children and who is slightly less affluent than the average person.

There are however more collage graduates than the average American.

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