Well, it’s pretty obvious it’s not an LDS singles site if you don’t see the word LDS in the name of the company or anywhere on the page. So you have to look for other red-flag blunders like these: the about us page says nothing about being LDS, girls pictured on the site or the models on the site are dressed immodestly, the site mentions finding a lover or a fling, the site gives you the option to search same-sex, gay or bi.
You can meet friends without the pressure of feeling like it’s a meat market. They offered me something special,as well as the professional services.The Bad: You’re paying less, but you’re probably also getting less.It seems like a small company, and maybe a new company that doesn’t have many members yet.The Bad: After a member expresses interest in you from your free profile, you have to become a member in order to contact them back.Some of the pictures on the website are cheesy looking. You get the feeling that the people behind CTR Match are truly interested in helping singles meet and aren’t just trying to make money.I have a friend, a convert to the church, who is handsome, faithful, smart, gainfully employed, and lonely beyond words.I had lunch with him yesterday and was horrified to see the depth of his loneliness: he pays for a membership in some kind of email exchange involving improbably beautiful Eastern European women. Invariably, these “women” will ask him for a few hundred Euros to come and visit him. I think he’s fallen for it because everything is in English and his English is ropey.The owners are LDS and active in monitoring the site.I can’t agree with you however about going with a straight LDS site being the best way to go.The Bad: It seems like there’s something unprofessional about this company. The website often has misspellings and sentences written in bad English. So I suggest people here do not trust anything by the thing you have seen,the best way is to give it a free trial. Reply In reviewing the sites listed, I felt that you missed an excellent one I’m not against an amateur website or a small business (just look at jenmagazine.com, we’re amateur and a small business), but my problem is that they charge more than the other LDS singles services do, without offering any added benefits. They are continually adding to improve their experience, offer free chat and emailing as well as bonuses to their members.