I did this because I wanted to see if I could attract females between the ages of 35-45.Marketing survey's that I researched before signing up with Meetville, suggest more females in this age group use this site and therefore a guys success in finding someone is increased, I'll get back to this later.I ranked the sites based on these parameters: functionality, ease of use, method of signing up (Facebook or email), free features without paying, cost to subscribe and how many users/members I got to actually meet me.
As long as we seek the opposite sex and are obsessed with finding the girl next door or Mr. Technology techniques, creating fake profiles and the anonymity of the internet have allowed this industry to thrive at the hands of disappointed and discouraged males and most likely females.
Meet ain't bad so no clue why everyone else hates it so much. Then I saw my ex on line & commented to her & no reply. So I called her & asked her why she didn't say hi back, she said she wasn't on meetville.
I've realized that there are better options for me like Dating4but Meet is worth checkin'out.. Was on Meetville for 3 weeks & had a few girls send messages. She then had a look & found out that they had stolen her profile from Plenty of Fish.
It is basically a ploy to get you to sign up and then upgrade your subscription because the dream girl you found is of a certain level and you'll do just about anything to contact her, preying on your desperate need to hopefully land or catch that trophy fish that you want to mount..your wall guys, don't drift on me just yet. As POF works Meetville is about the same, you have to pay to play.
They even offer a "hook up" category if you are into that.