By the way, the email address is [email protected] more absurd, if I directly reply to their email, the communication will be automatically deleted. Thankfully, we exchanged phone numbers the day before my account was blown away! and If you do find one they never message you back whats up with that they looking for prince charming to come on a white horse and sweep them up off there feet and customer service Is the worst I have ever ever seen on any site before so bottom line avoid this website whatever you do take my word and first hand experience.
They don't care about their services or the people they're serving. Jeff I really like this site, but the admin is just appalling.
They could then work out which factors received the most positive response, particularly because unlike other dating apps, Hinge users can react and respond to individual photos.
Here’s what they found: The best photos show people doing sports, enjoying a night out or smiling.
They all babble on how great they are but if they're that great why are they single and why are they mostly in their 30s with longest relationship of only a year??
Sorry, I'm going up to strangers in the supermarket and asking for phone numbers before I talk up any of these demanding old fatties online! He says he's in a band but all he is the bands gofer.
Of course, they're allowiing me to sign up again, but I've lost all of my contacts and emails and they're not helpful in any way.
And, there's no such things as customer service.
As part of their study, the researchers found that an incredible 80 per cent of photos on dating apps are posed, but you’d be 15 per cent more likely to receive a like with a candid shot.
And unsurprisingly, selfies are to be avoided at all costs - they’re 40 per cent less likely to be liked than non-selfies, and that number rises to 90 per cent for dreaded bathroom selfies.