OkCupid is the fastest-growing online dating site. They use math to get you dates. It’s extremely accurate, as long as (a) you’re honest, and (b) you know what you want. They are completely free. Most other matching sites are just glorified personals services. Their “matching” systems are nonexistent or overly subjective. They don’t claim to evaluate you perfectly, but they do claim to find someone who claims to fulfill your claimed requirements, exactly.
Real Customer Reviews
Johnny H. posted on 4/22/2012
"I only went on one OKC date and gotta say it was memorable. She was a former aid to Barbara Boxer and told some hilarious stories about what a primadonna bitch Boxer is. The best one involved Babs screaming in to her phone that she had ordered a peppered turkey sandwich and got smokey turkey instead. This chick was also really skanky and not shy about it. She expressed fear of being infertile, because for the amount of time she's had guys blow their loads inside her without protection, she never got pregnant. I like women "open minded" and all, but that was a little too much. Check please!"
Ben M. posted on 9/12/2014
"What do women love?! Confident and bad guy type.
What do women hate?! Depressed men,not confident to approach women.So just by been on OKC and other dating sites we loose a lot of points,let alone the messages that we send which make as look like losers by putting this women that we don't even know on pedestal.
Like all the other dating sites OKC is made of 50% fake profiles,30% ugly,overweigh with kids women that are looking for handsome,tall and rich guy...go figure.
10% paid for sending messages and 10% women that just got depressed one day and opened an account.
As soon as you open the account you get a message from some woman that want to chat and meet you.When you try to reply her account is deleted.
Next some women messages you saying that "it's a match" or "what's going on" but after you greed them they never reply back.
Then you start sending like 50 messages and after that nothing happen...Nada!
Seriously guys there is no women on the internet...not even average women!If there is there must be something seriously wrong with her."
joe p. posted on 11/14/2014
"Male here. Third week of intermittent effort and suddenly most functions inoperable. Site indicated a number of females who have expressed interest, so I pay. Instantly back to all functions and I discover that the "interest" had been reversed and I was the one who actually initiated it. Two apparently did show interest, but they were hundreds of miles away. Now
I look at the billing and it shows up on the bank statement as okcupid.com instead of the
to cancel that card. I should have guessed after seeing the affiliation with match.com, another bait and switch, keep billing after cancellation outfit I tried some years ago."
Al C. posted on 12/16/2014
"OKCupid is a mostly "free" dating site whose actual source of revenue is advertising. The advertising value of the site is determined by the traffic through it, so users are manipulated into logging in as frequently as they can be persuaded to do so. A user will not be shown all of the profiles which meet his/her search criteria at any one time, and only by 'activity' will a user get to see more profiles. OKCupid is a huge time-suck. and I'm guessing only useful in densely populated areas. Whatever you do, don't pay for 'A-list'."
Jesus B. posted on 3/28/2015
"After hearing of MiKinlay's story from Wired, I thought it would be fun to do some reading about the method he used in finding his perfect match. This short paper does a great job of summarizing the analysis he did and how he used that data to build a dating profile that appealed to the women he wanted to meet."