Pof users who want to meet you
She was very nice looking, she had a great job, a cool set of kids who still lived at home, and a fabulously life there on the island.
I added some lines to my profile warning people that might visit based on POF emails claiming that I "wanted to meet" them, explaining that if we didn't seem likely match candidates--like they explicitly mentioned wanting a man who "loves the Lord," and I didn't fit that bill, at all--this was probably why.
She recognized that, but said there was something about me that made her want to give me a chance--and that she really liked my unconventional outlook on life.
The second thing, Meet Me, demonstrates how slipshot POF is, and how willing they are to mislead people.
I felt really bad--because she was really lovely.
Yes, Maybe, and No.
But I hadn't read most of the accompanying profiles, nor did I notice that POF was having me rate women far outside my then 10 miles away dating range limit.
The were both from people I recognized, as I had seen their pictures before.
But if you didn't think to look for this additional info, you might think that all you're rating are the photos.
But this assumes that their testing actually has some relationship to successful outcomes.