And the best part was, like I mentioned earlier, their personalities and interested, and values, and goals in life were very compatible with my own.As I was looking through the women and making notes on which ones I wanted to contact, I noticed that my inbox had a message in it.
I chose the gold membership (which I’ll get into the features and price of in a minute), which gave me unlimited access to the whole site.
So, I read her email, and she was available to get together that very night, if I was game for a nightcap. I knew that I wasn’t going to marry the first woman that I met at the site, so over the next month I used the site to its fullest.
For a bunch of the sites I’ve reviewed lately, either the site’s profile creation was too quick and simplistic (which didn’t give the system enough information to make matchmaking an accurate science), or waaay too long and complicated (which made the whole process a tedious affair).
Passion Search on the other had found that happy median where it took all the information necessary to get me matched with women with whom I was really compatible, and yet wasn’t drawn out and overly complicated.
Some woman had seen me on her search page and liked what I had to say in my profile, and must have liked the look of me too.
To read her message I had to upgrade my membership from the free one that I started with to one of two paid options the site had.This did not take me by surprise, since this site obviously had some serious design and programming money behind it, and they need to make their cash back somehow.And, since it doesn’t have annoying ads or banners flashing through the whole time (which is really nice), I didn’t mind paying the site’s fee to get access to everything they’ve got.The thing I liked most about the site (besides the women they chose for me – very compatible) was using the mobile app.I could head down to my favourite pub and watch the game while I checked my Passion Search inbox and insta-chatted with a woman.Over the past few reviews that were focused on online dating, the sites were either lacking in quality (like Zoosk), or just ridiculously terrible (like Find Your Face Mate).