Why it made the list It’s beautifully designed, with clear information about how to use the site.
The mandatory identity verification system is a nice safety feature designed to eliminate scammers, well worth the verification fee for a free user plan.
Check it out at Match is one of the most well-known and widely used dating sites for all ages; roughly 30 percent of users are age 50 or over according to a recent article; no data is available for number of users over 60.
Why it made the list Unlike some sites, Match allows you to specify a wide number of criteria in the person you’re looking for.
Plus, the people who run the site seem genuinely interested in getting user feedback and acting on it.
As with e Harmony, unsubscribing is reported to be difficult.
The downside e Harmony only accepts heterosexuals and people who are single, divorced or widowed; check “separated” on the questionnaire, and you’ll find yourself ineligible.
With an unpaid membership you can’t see profile photos, though you can see some details about a person.
e Harmony markets its site as the gateway to marriage.
Reviews indicate that 14 to 23 percent of users are over age 55; there is no data for ages 60 and over.