Online Dating does not work

A study of more than 4000 couples carried out by Michigan State University found that relationships were far more stable…

… if couples met offline either through friends or via the Matchmaker/Introduction Agency route. Online daters are also 28% re likely to split from their partners within the first year.Couples who meet online are also less likely to  get married and generally have a poorer relationship than those who met offline. 

Although online sites claim to have algorithms to match, research from the Association of Psychological Science suggests that there is little or no scientific merit  in programmes  and they prevent opposites attracting. Further problems with online dating are the misleading pictures  and false profiles. We at Perfect Partners meet every member and verify identity, age, occupation, marital status etc. So f you are looking for a long-term relationship online dating should be avoided

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“As you know, I had been very reluctant to get back out into the dating world following the break-up of my marriage. But I can honestly say that you made it exciting and really very enjoyable. I couldn’t wait to meet the people you thought I might like (and you were always right) and I began to look forward to the adventure and the romance (which didn’t always happen but I had fun). Now I have found Mary and I’m very grateful to you for that.”

Jonathan, 41