So you are ready to step in to the world of online dating, but you do not know what it is. If you are older than 50 years, you probably heard your grandchildren telling you they are going to sign you up to one of those online dating. You are confused and scare. You do not want to post your picture online where everyone could see it. Online dating could be a bad thing, and a good thing.
The reason I say it could be a bad thing is because there is a lot of crazy people out there. You might end up dating a killer or violent person.
Online dating could also be good. The good thing about online dating is very easy, you could look at millions of profiles and decide if you want to date them. You could view some of their information like age, occupations and what they like to do in their spare time. Online dating could minimize time on looking for that special someone.
There are two online dating sites that I heard about. One is Eharmony; they promote this online dating in commercials. I like Eharmony site, because it looks like this is a very serious online date site. They require small amount money for membership for a year. This site would ask you your status. If you are divorce they require a paper stating when you got divorce. They do not accept people who are separated from their spouse. They like to keep everything clean. They also ask you a bunch of questions which take like a hour. The purpose of these questions are because they want to pair you up with the right person.
The other online dating that I know is Match.com.They also required a small fee for their service. The only difference is this site lets you do your own search for a mate. I like this site because there is not lot of questions to answer.
Well if you are looking for that special someone, and do not have time to date around, I would suggests dating online. Eharmony and Match.com are two good sites. But be sure to do your own research before you go on a date with the person. If the person you are going to date is a local, do a background check by looking at court records.