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The mandatory identity verification system is a nice safety feature designed to eliminate scammers, well worth the verification fee for a free user plan.Plus, the people who run the site seem genuinely interested in getting user feedback and acting on it.We’ve tested the big sites, as well as some promising newcomers.A companion/dating site for older adults age 50 and over, Stitch launched earlier this year in San Francisco and is accepting signups from users in other areas of the country.The site’s well regarded Synapse matching algorithm uses your profile details, match criteria and on-site searches to find the best matches for you.
Here are our dating site picks for seniors, 2104 (see our earlier picks here).The site’s algorithm is based on six qualities that include Who’s it good for Singles looking for marriage or long-term relationships.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.Reviews indicate that 14 to 23 percent of users are over age 55; there is no data for ages 60 and over.
Why it made the list e Harmony uses “29 dimensions of compatibility” to pick matches— based on an extensive questionnaire.In a flash, a man appeared at my elbow and said, “Hey, San Francisco is the toughest city in America to meet women.” I thought this 50-something guy was kidding, but he continued, “Where does a guy go to meet women? Probably not a viewing of “The Interview” – not at Santa Con... Your job: Ask a question, like: “What is your favorite cheese here? Check Out: Litquake, SF Film Festivals, SFJAzz,etc. Yoga Classes – Hands down this has to be the best place to meet women. Cupcake Shops – (Think “Sprinkles” of the famed Oprah ‘Best Pick’ genre). ”n the elevator, walking into the store, on the 38 Geary, after the movie, at Ocean Beach, at the Sports Basement, the dog park, at church/temple, at dim sum, at Cafe Trieste, See’s, the Marina Safeway, the Farmer’s Market, at Best Buy, at the library, in the waiting room…opportunities abound to say ‘hey’ and a follow up, “How are you?