Users on Dating Buzz can choose a partner, for example, who is a “fat cat” or one who is “struggling” with his or her income; a person with a “curvaceous” body type who looks like a “beauty-contest winner”; or someone whose hair colour “changes often”.
In South Africa, only 0,5% of users of Dating Buzz have admitted to being a “fat cat” and 1% are “struggling” with their income.
The programme does a two-way match and users are able to view not only able their own compatibility with their matches, but also their matches’ compatibility with them.
For example, if a user specifies a match from Gauteng as non-negotiable, a user in Cape Town will not have a high compatibility rating.
“Well, since then I have [had] to eat humble pie as I met the man with whom I want to spend the rest of my life,” she admits.
One of the United States’s largest dating websites, Match.com, which was launched in 1995, says there are 40-million Americans who use online dating services.
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He’s helping me deal with my loss and I am happy again.” Sceptics like Sarah “used to read the success stories and laugh to myself, thinking that the marketing/PR behind the site must be really good at making up matched couples”.
is also one of the websites that allows members to block users permanently and no longer receive messages from them.
Dating Buzz deletes scam profiles; for example, a Russian scam that cons South African users into buying airline tickets for Russian users.
Risks of the game Online dating could also be risky—there is, after all, no guarantee that the virtual Mr Right won’t be a serial rapist in real life.
However, some online dating services offer security, such as American site True, which does criminal background checks on users and tries to ensure no married person sneaks in a profile.
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Users can specify what star sign they want their match to be, where they should live, their age, eye colour, height, religion, profession, drinking and smoking habits and current relationship status—as well as whether they want children.