Match.com, for example, has an initiative called “The Stir” where they sponsor events for users to meet each other.
• Each site takes several precautions to ensure the safety of its users.
What research has been done on these methods indicates, at best, that they are not as effective as in-person assessments and, at worst, that they are flawed in their approach.
What these “matching” options are good at is eliminating those who are least compatible.
You can contact others of similar interests that are beyond where you work, live, and worship.
• You have a better chance of meeting people with similar beliefs.
After a few interactions online, the sites often suggest a short meeting in a public place, like a coffee shop, to see if you want to continue getting to know the other person.
(Three or four online interactions seem to be ideal as by then you know if you are interested and you have found out most of what you can without meeting in person.) Many of the sites even sponsor events for users to facilitate these face-to-face meetings.
All of the companies said they screen profiles before posting them and continually check them for any violations of the company’s decency standards.
Users are able to report any inappropriate material on profiles.
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