TORONTO — The Match Group, the New York-based company that owns Match.com, Ok Cupid and Tinder, says it has purchased Vancouver-based dating website Plenty Of Fish for US5 million in cash.In a news release on its website, Match Group CEO Sam Yagan says it was attracted to Plenty Of Fish’s consistent growth and it plans to integrate the Canadian company’s mobile app into its existing family of digital and online dating services.
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You cannot call them when a problem occurs, the automatic email response says that they don't answer all letters. People will mark you as favorite, but you can't talk to them.
But there should be better graphics and the ability to limit who can look at your profile. Outside of that, I didn't have too many problems with the app. Been on the site for a month and you think you become premium member and get it all. Then they nickel and dime you for 10 different things, which are pretty much basic on many other popular dating sites. I've been on similar dating sites in my past and everything seems fishy here.
The majority of singles also believe a great conversation is the top indicator of a successful date.
However, 61 percent of singles believe the rise in technology usage has impacted our ability to have meaningful, face-to-face conversations, and 65 percent say conversation is a lost art.
The problem with POF is that there is NO customer service... One only has to fall foul of one of these creatures... People will mark you as mutual and you can't talk to them. Plus, it's very shady, where if you don't buy the tokens or other little nickel and dime upgrades, you don't seem to get any responses at all. I've no trouble getting responses on other dating sites.