Parship dating website
For this review I’m going to be taking a look at Parship, a dating site that sells itself as a serious matchmaking site for professional daters.
I’m just going to be upfront here and tell you this is a dating site that you’ll probably want to avoid.
This is quite frustrating, but according to Parship it’s a security feature. Only 4 people are matched to me in the entire West Midlands.
You will of course also find features like, messaging, email, winks, as well as the option to add people to your favourites list, and also block people that irritate you. I changed the location to London, and 60 matches were returned. So I would recommend making your own traffic test before opening your wallet.
I customized my recommended partner settings to only show females between the ages of 25 and 35, and living in the West Midlands. If you are messaged within this time, they are most likely scams.
The test is not as extensive as the ones offered by e Harmony and matchaffinity.com, but it will still require 20 minutes of your time if you answer honestly.
If you’d like to know why, then just skip to my conclusion.
If you are still interested in learning more about Parship, then you are also welcome to read on.
And how does this really determine with whom I’m matched with?
Anyway, once you have answered their questions, of which I’d say at least 30% had no distinguishable meaning, you are finally asked to upload a photo or two. You are now sent to a subscriber page where they will attempt to get you to part with your money.