That's right: no effort to connect you with potential soulmates based on your responses to lengthy questionnaires.
"Member clicks, including messages sent and responded to," explains Zoosk's site, "determine which profiles Zoosk shows first, to pair singles with members with whom they're likely to discover mutual attraction." This highlights a big difference between Zoosk and e Harmony or Match.com: their focus is not necessarily on establishing long-term relationships or marriages, but on giving people as many dating options as possible.
It’s our way to offer marriage-minded singles a means of finding others who are sick of the fly-by-night nature of modern dating – and who are ready to go the extra mile in order to find lasting love and true compatibility While our free dating Basic Membership lets you see your matches and receive messages, to really make the most of our service you’ll want to sign up for a Premium account.
This will let you take advantage of unlimited messaging access, allowing you to really get to know your matches.
To help you get to know Zoosk before you take the next step, here are ten big things you should know: They've had it since 2012. If you go to the Better Business Bureau (BBB) page for Zoosk, you see this message: "BBB has determined that Zoosk meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints...
BBB accreditation does not mean that the business' products or services have been evaluated or endorsed by BBB, or that BBB has made a determination as to the business' product quality or competency in performing services." In other words, Zoosk might have its share of bad customer experiences, but they're also very proficient at addressing these complaints once they've been filed with the BBB.
As a comparison, Plenty Of Fish gets a big fat 'F' from the BBB for failure to respond to most of the complaints they've received.