If you don’t want to put all of your personal information online, you could always just stand in front of the mall and wait for a security guard to yell at your future boyfriend for kickflipping off the bench.
It may look like a regular dating site, but the twist is that every user is ready to get married so there’s no casual dating.
It is a most used online dating service for over a decade which is having around 25 million users. You can create a profile, browse the site for finding a perfect match, send messages to the interested people and then plan a meeting with them.
Talking about the charges, it is free to sign up on
After that you can browse the site for viewing other users, send "winks" and after filling a questionnaire, you can get daily matches for your profile...
Having said that, I've found a larger-than-average number of folks looking only for something casual here (likely due to the lack of time investment needed to join), and I've yet to hear of any successful relationships come out of the site (where readers tell me they've met The One, or something equally special, on the site).
More » I freely admit that I'm biased when it comes to Ok Cupid, as it's taken my top spot on my Best Dating Site list for years now.
I wouldn’t recommend signing up a friend or family member up for an account.