You can look at this logically and rationally or You can ask a bunch of people to make conclusions based on ignorance. I did go there on my computer, and went out and then back to it...didn't happen with me.
According to these stats, 20 percent of heterosexual couples sampled, and nearly 70 percent of same-sex couples met this way and its growth shows no signs of abating.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Most sites automatically know your zip code (or close to it) by the location of your ISP and your computer's IP address.Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I can understand if someone accidently clicked on an ad, but how would it have specifics like that? As for the default age range search on various sites, I have no clue - go there yourself and see if it bothers you that much.A recent paper from the Association of Psychological Science was pretty clear that there's little evidence for any matching algorithm's scientific merit ("no compelling evidence supports matching sites" claims that mathematical algorithms work"), but the OKCupid users I spoke to generally seemed to believe there was something in it -- even if it was just filtering out their polar opposites.In fact in some cases, the subtext was that it worked a bit too well: "The guy with the highest match percentage that I went on dates with seemed more like a friend, though.