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

This site is just obnoxious. On.com is one of those sites that you have to shake your head at, and that’s because the site itself is just full of fake profiles from the very beginning. This makes for a very stressful experience, because who wants to use a site like On.com when you can use a site with real women that aren’t going to scam you? It’s just not good. The On scams on this site that we found during our On review are really obnoxious. They’re basically covering the site from head to toe, and that’s all to boost the site’s numbers. If a site is lying to you about that, we have to wonder what else they’re lying about. That makes for a very disappointing, stressful experience overall, and not one we wanted to repeat. Our Four Month Test: How On.com Measured Up We ended up spending a total of four months on our On review, and during that time, we sent out 250 e-mails to women that we hoped weren’t just more On scams. It didn’t change much. From those 250 e-mails that we sent out, we only ended up with a total of 92 responses overall. This was really disappointing, especially when you take into consideration…


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