Plenty of fish and other dating sites
Originally established in 2003 by founder Markus Frind, he managed to gain ten million users while running the site from his bedroom.
Today the dating site is available in five different languages reportedly have an impressive 55,000 new sign-ups a day.
Also, it appears that both Saving Diva and Romi experienced the same thing I had when I set up the fake profile and received tons and tons of garbage messages with ridiculous short sited subject lines like; Another problem that is pretty apparent to me is the lying. When you setup a Plenty of Fish profile you have to realize that the intent is to eventually meet other people in real life.
And when your first impression to that person is of being a liar then you are off to a really bad start.
When a new user signs up to the site, they are asked for their basic information as well as a picture of themselves.
The site then offers a lengthy, if not entertaining, chemistry test, where users answer a series of questions to establish their character.
as I've discussed in my post about sucky subject lines. I need a little effort put into a message." So, as we can see, the selection of decent guys on the site are few and far between, though her POF date#3 seemed to be a winner despite owning a Porshe Boxster S (apparently that's a turn-off?
There have been several cases where people have used Plenty of Fish to meet people in order to carry out criminal acts.”—crap, “I want to make you my everything”—crap, etc, etc, etc." I don't think she ever went on a date with anyone, but it's clear in her making fun of the ridiculous messages she got why she wouldn't or couldn't find a decent date on the site.---- So, it seems that these two women, who seem like great catches, just aren't getting the kind of quality game fish that you'd find on paid dating sites or in real life for that matter.Chances are that there isn't going to be a second date and you basically wasted your time.All in all, I am beginning to understand the frustrations of women on plentyoffish. Seriously, these guys really need to start reading my blog...