Previously I mentioned trying five dating sites without much luck, and promised reviews on all of them. Well here goes.
About three years ago, I signed up for Match.com. The user interface was pretty easy to navigate through. It reminded me of most social networking sites. What I liked about Match is that you could browse the site without being a paid member (this is the case for many dating sites now). However, a paid membership is required to view messages and admirers. That is exactly what I did.
I purchased a three month subscription. Quite frankly, the site got old quickly. The pickings were slim for men in my area. At one point, I started seeing the same faces repeatedly. And the profiles were lackluster. I stopped using it well before the three month trial was up. A co-worker mentioned Plenty of Fish, and told me that it was free. And so began my next adventure.
On a positive note, Match.com's customer service was pretty good. Their system is set up to auto-renew your subscription at the end of the billing period. Since I hadn't been using the service, I called to cancel and obtain a refund for the auto-renewal. They were accommodating.
Oh, and there were no creepers from Match, either.