I have met 2 wonderful men on Zoosk. The first man I dated for almost 2 years, great guy, professional, adventurous and we travelled quite a bit. We just didn't want the same things out of a relationship and after 2 years we parted ways on a friendly note. I figured since Zoosk had done right for me in the past it was the main dating site I was going to use. After a few dates with others I met a wonderful man. We are like two peas in a pod.See positive reviews
Fake photos, scammers, Can't speak English... This site is dangerous... And the men that I have encountered treat it like a dial a minute sex line... And why not... Zoosk is cheaper... Customer service doesn't care no matter how many times you complain... I warn you! This site is bad news!!!! Zoosk also sends men messages and pretend they are coming from you (the client)See critical reviews
They aren't really viewing your profile...Zoosk populates your Views with people to make you think you are popular, so you will frequent the site. Zoosk is deceptive and playing games with your emotions!
Its a scam . The whole site is automated . Its owned by Elite dating INC . Elite dating has about 50 different automated web dating sites and are all scams.
In the two months I have been on Zoosk. I have chatted with a number of woman, exchanged phone numbers and talked on the phone and I am just an average looking joe. I have also had times when I received a chat request and the person does not respond. You do have to pay to chat and the other person has to be a paid member. OK if your reading this there is one thing I found, if you search, only pay attention to the ones that say "recently online", the other ones may be fake or no longer active. It's a numbers game I have had many that did not respond to my messages also.
NO MA'AM IT IS NOT. In fact I only used the coins when I could get them for free. Under the system that's no longer possible. Nobody takes that sort of thing seriously, and for a woman it's even less relevant.
I believe it is. But how safe is the internet these days. Just don't be quick to give too much information too soon you will know when its right to share. Good luck
No. You cannot. You have to be a member in order to read a message.
I am female, I do not like the site but on any site I would hesitate to give out info before chatting a bit, I would actually prefer meeting the person face to face in an open forum before I give a lot of info. I have given email address and a text phone number but I got stalked through texting and I can not be sure the men are from where they say they are, so caution is appropriate. I think all sites are a lot of chatting and very little dating, this one is just really money hungry.
Yep, you gotta pay for the subscription!
Yes, most definately. They let you message for free, so try it. Send hello's to 30 or 40, and you wont get one reply. Don't send "Wink''s" because they will send you automated messages to try to make you think she is there and active. Really she probable hasn't visited the site in over a month.
The site is a scam. I requested a 100 mile radius and got matches from all across the country. I started to talk to someone they the site who turned out to be a scammer. Fortunately I work in a field where I am trained to spot a scam but he had no idea so I played along until he went to 'Dubai' to buy jewels to open a jewelry store. That's when he needed a new IPhone and laptop. I then told him I knew what he was and reported him to Zoosk, they didn't care
Zoosk is a large online dating site that features a Facebook app and attempts to integrate social networking with dating. Zoosk is a private company based in San Francisco, CA and has raised more than $40 million from investors.