Membership is expensive, .95 for a one-month subscription.
has become one of the largest services since it began in 1995.
With 24 countries, 15 different languages and millions of members, it is the big box of online dating sites.
When you subscribe to this dating site, not only can you browse and search profiles, but also sends you "matches" to consider, based on the details of your profile.
accepts payment in many forms, including paper checks via mail.
Profiles and pictures are reviewed by humans for suitability.
Match says that 250,000 people a year find a partner on the site.
for people looking for singles of the opposite gender.
Its goal is to encourage marriage and lasting relationships.
Their slogan says "Fall in love for all the right reasons." e was begun by psychologist Neil Warren who developed a dating questionaire to learn about you, your beliefs, emotions, skills, location, children, religion, as well as drinking and smoking. People can be rejected if they are married, over 60 years old, married five or more times, less than 18 years old and other reasons.
Matches are chosen for you by e Harmony, and you cannot browse and pick from their database.
During the year beginning August, 2004, over 33,000 couples from e Harmony got married.