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20 reviews
16 helpful votes

I'm ugly and autistic and the women using this site are extremely rude to me!

Ask Anthony about Mingle2
4 reviews
3 helpful votes

I like this site, you can write as much as you want on this site for your profile, and don't have to answer inane questions or have a questionnaire like OKCupid although I think they do that as some people are unable to write anything interesting about themselves and some people I guess like to do questionnaires to see if they are compatible and you can easily freeze or delete your account which unfortunately one can't do on Speeddate (beware of ANY dating site, owned by IAC, which owns Match, OurTime -you can google them and there are loads and loads of complaints lodged against them overcharging) but sorry, I digressed, and Mingle2 is NOT owned by them as it is free. It is unclutttered unlike ConnectingSingles a good site, but too busy looking.

The bad thing is that because of that fact, you get more than your share of scam/fake profiles. Speeddate has a (good but useless) option where you get charged .99 to "verify" your identity, but it turns from other complaints that they use that to charge you for a more expensive paid membership AND that charge doesn't let you use other features so it's just as bad as a free membership which allows you to do nothing, but if Mingle2 did something like that it would weed out the fakers, if people used a debit card like I do (and I can just put only $1 in the account for that) or a prepaid card, one can avoid that problem, Mingle2 is a pretty up an up company unlike IAC, so I don't have any fears about them doing so.

So yes, join them, but beware, I filter a lot out because I usually want to meet right away.

Ask Eva about Mingle2
1 review
0 helpful votes

It's hard for me to justify paying for a dating site. I'm grateful mingle2 offers a free solution because I know that running a large website isn't cheap to do. While you need to exercise common sense to avoid scams, I've found success with mingle2.

Ask jordan about Mingle2
1 review
0 helpful votes

I stumbled upon Mingle2 after seeing some of the other dating sites sort of took me nowhere in my personal life. Mingle2 is free, which is a big advantage, and it's very easy to use. Plenty of good looking users around me so that part is cool, but I also enjoy that there's forums about topics aside from just dating that I check out and talk on from time to time.

Ask Alex about Mingle2
1 review
0 helpful votes

I posted a nice full length picture of myself taken outside after riding my bike. I had sunglasses on and was appropriately clothed for bike riding. This site took it upon itself to delete my photo without prior notice, saying that a close up picture showing my face would get my profile more attention. I was getting more than enough attention from men across the country, some saying they loved the smile on my face. Very disappointed in a site that in essence played Nazi. I am a 58 year old woman and know what is appropriate.

Ask Leanne about Mingle2
1 review
2 helpful votes

At first I was hesitant to try a free dating service. Everyone always said that you'll only find crazies on the free sites, but I've been on Mingle2 now for a couple of months and have only met nice people looking for the same thing I am. I've gone on a couple of dates and had a great time. Overall It's been a really great experience.

Don't listen to the haters. Give it a try.

Ask Brad about Mingle2
1 review
1 helpful vote

I've been using Mingle2 for a few months now, and have had some pretty good results. The quality of users are pretty good, and I've been able to get a few dates out of it that went well. I first decided to try Mingle2 after having sub-par experiences on other free online dating sites. This one is worth giving a try.

Ask Harrison about Mingle2
1 review
4 helpful votes

Beware of a guy going under the name of James Woodward, saying he works for the u.n he will talk to you for a month telling you how much he loves you, and wants a future with you, then he has to go to south Africa, and Nigeria where his credit card no longer works and needs help with money until he can get it straighten out, becomes very upset when you refuse to send him money, he also uses a google voice VoIP account. He has been reported for scamming under a different name but with the same photo he is quick to give you a cell number which is actually a google voice, he supposedly can not talk only text because it will be recorded while he is on the u.n base.

Ask Jen about Mingle2
44 reviews
225 helpful votes

"OK"...not more / not less!

Ask Robert about Mingle2
1 review
2 helpful votes

This site should be avoided. It is full of scammers (particularly military romance scammers - men claiming to military when they are NOT).

Ask elizabeth about Mingle2
1 review
4 helpful votes

Joined free website, which has a filter to automatically block men or women you are not compatible with, which does not seem to be working! My filter says I am seeking men 35-65, within 150 miles, no married men, or smokers, and a friend. I had two men, one from Africa and one from Delphi, both under age 30 write me, telling me I was put on their friend list. I never received a friend request from either, or would have denied it, since I live in the USA. I blocked both men and contacted Mingle, but when I clicked on send, I got an Error Message from Cloud Flare that the website was off line, which I reported to my carrier, Verizon. This makes me question their ethics, so I say beware.

Ask Eileen about Mingle2
1 review
4 helpful votes

Not one, not two but all three of the men I attempted to connect with turned out to be fake. Fake names, fake pictures and fake phone numbers... I looked it up; they're a call center in INDIA!

Ask Non about Mingle2
1 review
3 helpful votes

Total scam -- requires you to install a shop-at-home toolbar before you can use the site, and that's AFTER you already have to navigate away from three or four other attempts to get you to sign up for sales stuff. I never even got to the actual site to try it.

Ask Katia about Mingle2
1 review
2 helpful votes

I really like this website. The people are so polite. You don't see polite people on dating sites, but you do on THIS one. Unless you prefer sluts and drunks, which would mean joining the main dating sites we already know about. The ones with the famous names. No-one you couldn't already pick up on a street corner. lol. Mingle2 is the exception. The people who moan that they never get any replies, well, maybe they just need to re-think their whole approach to women/men. Also, jealousy will never look good on you. Just because i talk to other guys on a forum, doesn't mean anything. I talk to the women just as much. I don't like a guy friend thinking i am his, before we even date. Possessiveness is not a good trait. Neither is stalking me just to try to get me to fall in love with you. If it won't happen naturally, then get over it. Sorry. Just some men think i have no right to date anyone, just because I'm their friend. It's like they don't know the difference between just being friends and dating.

Ask Sarah about Mingle2
1 review
4 helpful votes

Terrible experience full of scammers, and insulting forum regulars playing their silly little troll games. Extremely poor moderation of posts. There was a very limited amount of genuine people there looking for dating or a real relationship. That's what you get from a free dating site.

The paid upgrade gives you little more than what you get from the free membership. Don't waste you're money

Don't bother wasting your time and go to a paid professional dating/singles matching website.

Ask Dave about Mingle2
5 reviews
20 helpful votes

useless waste of time, not one girl or lady would message me, not even a message.

Ask Will about Mingle2
33 reviews
140 helpful votes

Judging from the previous review and the Q & A section, the forum is not for everybody. having said that I actually met a very nice lady on I have tried many dating sites and this is the only one where I met a girl in real life. ( I have met people through myspace, craigslist and Yahoo I.M. they are not "dating" sites) So if you want to try to meet someone try this website, if you want to try a discussion forum - maybe go elsewhere? The site is safe and doesn't have pop-ups or suspicious links.

Ask Eric about Mingle2
1 review
3 helpful votes

This site is full of biased mods that love to flame people. They are a very close clique and I wish I had read the reviews before I joined because lots of people posted about them being this way. I have been banned for my political views and I also get flamed constantly and the mods will only delete my posts, not the posts of the other users. Beware of this site, its not your non biased dating site. its a haven for miserable people to cyber bully all the people that they are jealous of.

Ask rachel about Mingle2

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Q: I was on this site for a week, I thought everything was going along well. Then all of a sudden I can't even get on the site AT ALL! I don't know why?
A: Looks like a similar complaint by the other reviewer too...didn't even know sites like this existed to hook up people with such strict views. Scary. I wonder if what they are doing is even legal.
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Q: Who in the hell gave you the right to require me to change my user name because my nickname is "$#*!"?????? Like thousands of other "Richards" I have been using $#*! or $#*!ie for 80 some years and resent your slur. What about all the "Peters", "Johns", "johnsons", "Willies", etc. of the world. Do they also have to abide by your "standards"
I'm going to try one more time to use dixi$#*! as my username and if refused I will have my lawyer contact you and we will sue your butts.
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