Whereas other dating apps like Tinder charges something like for a 6-month membership. You also should be able to have access to basic features like messaging matches without paying IMO.I also didn’t entirely like HOW I was matched to people in my area.Christian Mingle is one of the leading dating sites for Christian singles looking for a God-centered relationship.
Overall, though, I give this app 4/5 stars because of the issues I mentioned. While each subscription is set to automatically renew, you as the member have the option to turn that feature off at any time during the life of the subscription.
In reality, you can purchase the subscription and, upon successful purchase, turn off the renewal feature immediately.
So, I tried Christian Mingle since I was looking for someone with the same beliefs as I did.
I don’t know if the men on this website are stuck up or they aren’t seeing my profile because I have liked 10 people, have had the app for over a month, yet have no mutual likes yet.
For additional assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected] I wouldn’t necessarily blame the app/website as much as I would the people on the site.
On other websites I had loads of success with men interested in me that I was actually quite attracted to, just didn’t work out because we had different beliefs.
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Even the men I matched with at 99% and liked will view me and that’s it. Wouldn’t recommend to people looking for something specific because you likely won’t get any responses from any people you’re interested in. The subscription is way over priced, definitely for people who make decent money, not college students.