I had the most success on Guardian Soulmates (best quality in my experience)....until I turned 40 and then people stopped contacting me, almost overnight (neither my photos nor my profile had changed).
Since then I'm with walkacrossthesand, I've been on Po F for a while (I'm not paying anymore for 'no success').
From the article: Contrary to popular belief, the majority of Mormon men do not go on missions, which typically entail a mix of community service and proselytizing.
Mormon men are being asked to serve missions at precisely the time in their lives—late teens and early twenties—when sociologists say men are most susceptible to dropping out of organized religion.
I have a particular interest in this as I have a daughter in her late 30s that was widowed last year due to cancer, and she lives in Utah County.
Looks like OKCupid, Guardian Soulmates might be worth a look..POF some positive and negative experiences..
Will recommend these and fingers crossed he has more luck!
So far he's had a few dubious people - one was saying she wanted to come live with him when hadn't even met him and only messaged him twice Thanks in advance for suggestions - you will (hopefully) be turning my friend's life around and bringing a bit of happiness And before you suggest it - I am happily with DP and we have a DD together, so I'm not in the running! im on several dating sites as im single now a lot of people dont pay so they cant message you get a lot of views and winks but thats it, i even paid for 3 months and didnt get one single message, POF you have to sort through and weed out the losers, the nutters and players, but i have met a couple of nice guys on there aswell, oasis dating is dependant on people being online at the same time as you, but it is free, is free and so far i have found this to be quite a good site with less of the idiots around, is a good site for making friends but i havent had a date emerge from there yet, i dont know bout other paid sites as i havent got the budget to pay for loads of sites, the best thing your friend can do is actually contact people he likes the look of as women on dating sites dont seem to do well if they contact first and just keep logging in and see whos in there Avoid the free sites like the plague. People who are prepared to pay for their internet dating sites tend to be a bit more serious about their aims, if you see what I mean.
A (lovely) male colleage swears he would never go on POF again - he was contacted by some odd types of women (one wasn't even physically a woman yet but TOLD him it didn't matter, and hes very non judgemental) Match was ok, avoid any free sites.