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I can't believe AARP would get messed up in something like this, I like aarp,the magazine and everything is good, but don't waste your money on this dating site, it's a waste of time and money,it's sad , not a way to find a mate!! They overcharged me and claimed that they refunded the full amount, which they did not. Then when I gave them feedback about this, as I am not "married" to where I live, then I was "matched" for a "date" with out of state men, some clear across the country, The message I got was that there was NO one available near me to consider.Also the feedback or how are we doing is not friendly and I get the impression that they really don't want feedback, otherwise they want money.I am sorry to see that AARP squandered this opportunity.
more Stitch.net, an on-line dating service that just launched in Fairfield County, caters to the 50 crowd.I don't consider this the fault of aarp or "how about we", but the men on this site are no better than those on other online dating sites.Some of the distant men might be great, but I am seeking someone local and haven't found anyone at all.Stitch.net, an on-line dating service that just launched in Fairfield County, caters to the 50 crowd.
compares itself to the dating site Tinder, popular with younger people as a place where one is more likely to find a casual date than true love.
Researchers found that 6 percent of those 55 to 64, and 3 percent of those 65 and older, used online dating sites.