Date.com Review – Why Date.com Just Plain Fails for Online Dating

You’d think with a great URL like Date.com that they’d put some effort into the site itself. You’re sadly very, very wrong. Date.com just doesn’t care. It relies on traffic courtesy of its name, and during our Date review, we realized that there’s actually very little traffic to speak of in general. That’s just disappointing. We can only imagine how many people came to this site in hopes of actually getting an awesome date. Minus all the Date scams on the site, you’re really not going to be able to find much of anyone actively making this site part of their daily rounds. This means that ultimately…there’s just no one here. You aren’t going to meet anyone because seriously, this site is dead. We’re not sure why they even bother keeping the site up and running. Sell that domain name and make a pretty penny; it’s definitely worth more than the site itself, and that’s something we don’t say very lightly. Our Four Month Test: How Date.com Measured Up We ended up spending a total of four months on our Date review, and during that time, we sent out a total of 250 e-mails to women that we really hoped weren’t just more Date scams. The results were far from…

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