It claims to have sophisticated, intelligent members (we’ve no idea how they check this claim), but given its affiliation to , we tend to believe them.
Profiles are watched, photos are given the once over, to make sure that they are legitimate.
If you’re looking for a quick flirt and a bit of fun then this probably isn’t the place for you.
Besides the massively detailed profiling, the help section is very detailed and covers a lot of the key issues in a straightforward way through a series of links, though it is a lot of text and could benefit from a few instructional videos.
With a membership reflective of The Times audience – it’s full of educated professionals with a wide range of interests.
Clever matching helps you pinpoint your most compatible partners and a secure on-site messaging system will keep your personal details safe: 2: Classic FM Romance Love…
Users can upload ten photos (at a decent quality of up to 4 megabytes) and searching can be as intricate and specific as you’d like.
This is useful if you’re quite particular, though it can also be a little restricting if you are too specific.
Information and safety is key to Encounters Dating, which does make you feel safe when using it.
If you're using Internet Explorer, and have specified an abnormally high level of paranoia for your browser, you may be able to remedy the situation by going to your Privacy settings under Internet Options, and selecting a privacy level of "Medium" for all sites, or just for this one.
This problem may also occasionally be caused by a glitch in Microsoft Internet Explorer.
It takes some of the fun out of things, perhaps, but makes it a safer place to be.
Features other than searching are very few but if you’re not particularly interested in virtual dates and blowing imaginary kisses from afar then it’s not a major problem.