Usually in this first section of a dating site review, I share a quote or outline of the company, so people unfamiliar with the site get the jist of what’s underneath the surface. Friends Reunited has a very long, fascinating past, although if you’re from or have lived in the UK for the past decade, you’re likely already familiar with much of the story. By 2005 they had 12 million members, and the site was well known for having broken up many a marriage by rekindling high school sweetheart romances.
You will then be able to share them with your close friends and family.I didn’t find it particularly suited, however, to love and romance; there is more a platonic friendships or “what if’s” feel than anything else.Still, it’s extremely popular (especially in the UK).The websites below give you access to chat rooms, private chats, quick mails and message boards, allowing you to make, and keep in touch with new friends online.Over the last few years these sites have helped thousands of people make friends.You can chat with other members through email or an instant messenger, but there’s no sign of video chats.A number of success stories are available to keep you inspired and a daily dating article is published for hints and tips on the best way to go about getting and experiencing a date.Just here to share your own Friends Reunited review? Just scroll down to the bottom and add a comment; the stars will show up once you click on them.Friends Reunited initially helped UK-based former classmates and friends of all ages reconnect after they’d lost touch in one of the first online social networks ever.Well now they’re in the dating game and first impressions are good, with a slick, colourful site which seems to do the fundamentals well.A basic search offered a good number of singles in our locale, many of whom had uploaded photos and made an effort to complete their profile.