However, because it's so easy to sign up, anyone can, so you should expect to have to do a fair degree of sifting to find people like you.

You should also bear in mind: Category two people are generally likely to be better off with solutions where they can be reasonably sure that people they meet are also looking for a serious relationship.

A few dating sites are members of the ABIA (see below) and there are several benefits to choosing one of these, namely: It's wise to work out your criteria before you begin searching, as the ways offline agencies work can vary.

It's worth coming up with a list of criteria you want from a dating site.

Some offer more sophisticated matching than others, based on psychometric techniques often used in recruitment and off-line agencies.

One other point to keep in mind with off-line agencies is geography.

Not every agency can have members in every corner of the UK - the same applies to online sites, too - and most will specialise in an area where they have a reasonable number of members.

Category one people will find attractive those agencies where volume is on offer - these will tend to be internet-based solutions.

Internet-based agencies usually have a low or zero sign up fee, which tends to attract large numbers of registrations.

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In the last 6 months I have repeatedly found ladies (8 to date) on the site These girls are all operated by Amour of Ukraine and are a scam. after hearing that I was NOT sending anything further.... So now I call there and speak to somebody I cannot even pronounce her name, and tell her this asking if it seems real and she almost can't control the laughter. just to jump in from of a third that surely hit home....

In the second letter from each they both asked for money in exactly the same words, complaining how the things are expensive etc. Complaints to the service provider did result in a partial refunds though.