This is when at the end of one subscription period, they automatically renew your subscription and take a payment out of your bank account or credit card for the renewed subscription.Although this is clearly laid out in the terms and conditions that every Zoosk members agrees to abide by when they get a paid membership, many members neglect to read the terms and conditions.Zoosk's three-month subscription, for example, is about more per month than Match's.Their six-month subscription is just slightly cheaper than e Harmony's and a couple dollars more per month than Plenty Of Fish's.Alexandra is a content management intern for Best Company.As she finishes up her degree in English and editing, she spends her free morsels of time rock climbing and hiking.They're usually the ones breathing fire when Zoosk takes out another year's worth of subscription fees from their account without their permission.In order to avoid this recurring charge, turn off the auto-renew feature of their subscription term.
Even though the one-time .95 activation fee is clearly shown on the payment page before members hit 'confirm', many members express surprise and outrage at finding the charge on their account. If you're going to sign up for a paid membership with Zoosk, in addition to the amount you will pay for your subscription of choice, expect to see an extra .95.
Once you decide to go with a paid subscription, you are able to communicate with any member, as long as they don't block you.
This will cost you a good amount, and as with most paid dating services, the longer the period for which you subscribe, the less you pay per month on average: This is on par with what you could expect to pay for a subscription with e Harmony or
But, as you surely know by now, online dating isn't just about quantity.
You want quality options when it comes to finding someone you can enjoy a night out-or the rest of your life-with, although, unlike e Harmony or Match.com, Zoosk doesn't promise you a soulmate.