Pretty much. Mostly full of $#*! from the top on down. The designers of this site understood meeting suitable dating partners is difficult as they age, especially when a person does work at a large company, hang out in bars or lives in a small town. With this in mind, finding an actual possibility involves buying coins to determine if they read your message, deleted your message, want to meet, blah, blah. I noticed many of the women had belonged to another dating site long ago they didn't have the faintest idea they were still on a site until I emailed them. Zoosk claims to take pride in having members that want to communicate uploading approved photographs. What a joke. Just for laughs I uploaded a photo of stapler as my primary photo. Sure as $#*!, there were 7 women that liked my profile and
wanted to meet during the next two days. I joined POF which is just about as bad. These people seem like scammers, sex addicts and con artists. So for me it'