eHarmony is an online dating website designed specifically to match single men and women with each other for long-term relationships. To optimize the matching process, eHarmony operates eHarmony Labs, a relationship research facility, and publishes eHarmony Advice, a relationship advice site.
Real Customer Reviews
Amber R. posted on 3/2/2015
"If you're serious about finding someone and you're not in a rush, this is a great site for you. I met my husband here and we are happily married. Thanks eHarmony."
Sherryn N. posted on 4/8/2015
"Eharmony is ok but it is a slow process. Try sites like mingle2day if you are not happy with eharmony. Sure you may be more lucky. But basically it is ok"
Nancy Z. posted on 4/21/2015
"I wrote an earlier review about eharmony and what a dishonest business it is. They lock you into a contract and won't let you out even when you have had only contacts from predators. This has gone on since I joined a couple of months ago and it happened again yesterday. I don't trust any contact I would receive from this site and I'm paying $125 for 6 mths and it won't even let you turn of the auto renewing of this in 6mths. At that time I will contact my credit card if I can't get them to turn that off. So far just miss information about this. Stay away from eharmony"
Ericka F. posted on 5/8/2015
"Only 3 of my matches had photos. The rest are inactive, no photos, incomplete profiles. I was encouraged to expand my search criteria. That enable me to match with people > 60 miles away, for the perfect match with disgusting guys that looked like they took their pics in a rest stop bathroom, wearing pervert crack head expressions in BAD selffie attempts. Many look 10 yrs older that their stated age, with next to nothing in common but oxygen requirements! My neighbors met on E Harmony years ago and married. They looked at my matches and agreed that the quality of the gene pool signed up now has degenerated greatly over the years!!! I did some creative research and found a few of my matches on Plenty of Fish and Match. Their profiles indicate wanting casual dating but "nothing serious". I thought Eharmony is where you go to FIND serious. No pic losers should be eliminated by the company. They must be money hungry to let anybody join these days. SOOOOO disappointing. Yet So is society's moral degeneration."
Cindy J. posted on 6/13/2015
"eharmony advertises the subscription as $11.95 a month when in fact they apply charges to your card in three installments of $47.80. There is more of an initial investment than is advertised."