Yahoo dating site review

The company statistics seen here display two important pieces of information about the business.

"Complaints Unresolved" tells how many complaints consumers have filed about the company on Scambook.

Based on the submitted complaints, number grades from 10 (Highest) to 1 (Lowest) are assigned to businesses.

If there is insufficient information or pending updates to a business’ profile, you will see a 'NR' (Not Rated) score.

The site is developed to be as easy to use as possible so that you don't waste time that you could spend going on dates and having fun with the singles that you meet off of the site.

Their proven matchmaking services and chat features have made it a hit with members and critics alike.

Personals can gives you the connection singles are looking for.

Each personal ad lists the member's last activity on the site, and you can also see the date the ad was posted.Please note that Yahoo Personals has been discontinued and is no longer available.You can read our old review of Yahoo Personals below, or check out the rest of the Online Dating Sites we've reviewed. Personals (at personals.yahoo.com) is a very popular dating site from the world's second most popular search engine provider, Yahoo! Yahoo has been around since the internet became popular in the early 1990s. This review received its last major update during the month of April 2010. With well over 10 million members with profiles, Yahoo! Yahoo has now partnered with to be their exclusive dating service. Their search engine and news portal is trusted by millions of people.As a trusted named brand, Yahoo has attracted over 10 million members to its personals site since its launch in 1997.Their database of members currently breaks down as 64% male and 36% female, with an average average age of 41. Personals offers three competitively priced subscription plans: 1 month, 3 months and 6 months. During the free trial phase you can: (i) create a profile, (ii) perform a search, (iii) flirt with other members using the free ice-breaker messages.If you don't cancel within the 7 day trial, you will automatically transfer to the monthly subscription package and your card will be billed accordingly.So if you're the forgetful type and are are already thinking about signing up for 3 or 6 months (at a cheaper monthly rate), it may make sense to do that right at the start, in case you forget and end up paying the higher monthly fee. Hopefully Yahoo will add a few more of these one-liners as time goes by. Personals have recently added two new features for added peace of mind: a 6-Month promise and a 5-star safety program.

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