Of course, you cannot label people or quantify them into categories of 'quality' as relationships are very personal and unique. So if we take away this perceived 'quality', you're left with the basics, the fundamentals, of how people meet other people Timing, chance, effort and opportunity. It doesn't matter whether you've paid hundreds of dollars for a perceived level of service or quality. At the end of the day, because you're dealing with people's emotions, money shouldn't be a factor. I was very surprised to hear that more and more women in particular are joining free dating sites because they are finding that the perceived quality is not different on a paid site. Therefore the benefit of using a free dating site is that the chance of meeting someone is the same or better than it would be if you paid for it. So, you're probably asking yourself right now, why are we telling you this when we also offer a premium service.
Too many predators out there. We have banned several predators here over the years. Two just recently. They seem legitimate when joining but then their true colors come through.