“I believe that my case would have been totally preventable,” if Match had screened him in the first place, Markin tells Consumers Digest.now screens its users against the National Sex Offender registry databases and started to do so after Markin sought a court order that required the company to screen.
Here's more on choosing a dating site to meet your needs, along with detail on how we arrived at our ranking of 10 dating services.
If you want a little more help in making matches, you may want to try our Silver Award winner, Spark, which uses a personality test based on colors to represent sets of characteristics.
This can help you know how your personality would match up with potential dates' personalities.
If there’s one thing Consumer Reports is known for, it’s being thorough. As the story notes, a sweater can’t reject you or lie about its age or show up to dinner wearing a blaze-orange hunting vest.
If there’s one thing it’s not known for, it’s romance. That’s right, the nonprofit organization known for “providing unbiased product ratings and reviews since 1936” has decided to get into the love game. In other words, being a dating app is hard because dating is hard. Other numbers cited in the story are more encouraging: After all, if Consumer Reports is willing to try its luck in love, why not you?