Dating sites over 60 uk dollars

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A. We checked the information on all of the dating websites we’ve reviewed. The top three we recommend for you—and anyone else looking for a man over 60—are listed below. Here’s what we found:

Match.com : This online dating site has the largest proportion of singles over age 50, and even larger over 65. However, only 49% of its users are men.

eHarmony : Surprisingly, eHarmony does a bit worse on the male user percentage: 43%. It boasts more users over 50 than Chemistry.com but fewer than Match.com.

FriendFinder : If you’re looking for a man around 60, FriendFinder is the place to be. While representation drops off slightly after 65, the population here is overwhelmingly male (53%).

So if you’re dating online and looking for a male match over age 60, you should start with Match.com. If that doesn’t work out for you, your next steps ought to be eHarmony and FriendFinder. Good luck!

I have tried dating sites which claimed to be for singles over 50 or 60 and has had very little success. Our Time claims to be for seniors and the men on there seem to be looking for women much younger than 55. I met only three men on that site and two of them were nightmares! Match.com is a waste of time. Again, men are looking for women younger than 50 mostly and I never met anyone other a couple of emails that went no where. I tried Christian Mingle and heard from only two older men and this was twice I joined and heard from the one person twice! I am an attractive woman who does not look over 50 and I am 63! But, age seems to be a big barrier for many men. I am at the point, I may just give up or start lying about my age. Otherwise, I am wasting my money I will never see again.

I am 70 widowed and joined Match.com and what I ended up with was a scammer from Nigeria. I delved deeply into the email which was being rerouted all around the world. Also he called and when I called that number it was Magic Jack and had been hijacked. So I lost my money on that site and won’t go back there again.

Kristian & Zoe (2015)
We met through Soulmates four years ago. Although we're both based in London, the chances of us meeting by other means were slim...We just got married! Zoe is the most wonderful woman I've ever met, and I know we are going to have an extremely happy life together.

Laura & Phil (2014)
Phil and I got married just over a year after we met on my first ever internet date through Guardian Soulmates. We've been recommending the site to friends ever since. Thank you! (Photography credit to Michael O'Sullivan) 

Robin & Alec (2016)
I just wanted to let you know that you have another success story! My boyfriend, who I met via your site about two years ago, just proposed and we are getting married next year. THANK YOU!

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A. We checked the information on all of the dating websites we’ve reviewed. The top three we recommend for you—and anyone else looking for a man over 60—are listed below. Here’s what we found:

Match.com : This online dating site has the largest proportion of singles over age 50, and even larger over 65. However, only 49% of its users are men.

eHarmony : Surprisingly, eHarmony does a bit worse on the male user percentage: 43%. It boasts more users over 50 than Chemistry.com but fewer than Match.com.

FriendFinder : If you’re looking for a man around 60, FriendFinder is the place to be. While representation drops off slightly after 65, the population here is overwhelmingly male (53%).

So if you’re dating online and looking for a male match over age 60, you should start with Match.com. If that doesn’t work out for you, your next steps ought to be eHarmony and FriendFinder. Good luck!

I have tried dating sites which claimed to be for singles over 50 or 60 and has had very little success. Our Time claims to be for seniors and the men on there seem to be looking for women much younger than 55. I met only three men on that site and two of them were nightmares! Match.com is a waste of time. Again, men are looking for women younger than 50 mostly and I never met anyone other a couple of emails that went no where. I tried Christian Mingle and heard from only two older men and this was twice I joined and heard from the one person twice! I am an attractive woman who does not look over 50 and I am 63! But, age seems to be a big barrier for many men. I am at the point, I may just give up or start lying about my age. Otherwise, I am wasting my money I will never see again.

I am 70 widowed and joined Match.com and what I ended up with was a scammer from Nigeria. I delved deeply into the email which was being rerouted all around the world. Also he called and when I called that number it was Magic Jack and had been hijacked. So I lost my money on that site and won’t go back there again.