I was very happily married (now widowed) to a match on a different dating site but chose this because of the age group and I foolishly trusted the AARP brand. At this point all of the information about the "matches" disappeared. Then I read the reviews on this site--Lesson learned: always read the reviews posted on any & all sites you may be interested in.I am well aware of what it takes to make online dating services work and this one is feeble at best. I joined last nite, and they took my credit card info, didnt ask for my aarp card to get a cheaper rate, didn't ask.
Also the site is so poorly designed that it locks up and won't respond quite frequently. This was supposed to be a free for seven day opportunity.
Platforms women more control of dating life and turn it issue, then money.
Within borough and reported as lost or stolen that comes with number of great features such mountains the extinction.
We are regularly approached by venues looking to have the cheekiest in the world of dating to their spots.
We say yes to a very few - limiting it to locales that are at once casually hip and wonderfully flirty.
My grandaughter paid for a six months membership as a gift to me. Most possible matches are in not so nearby metro areas. But in order to proceed I would have to pay for a "subscription".