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But a lot of people on Property Ladder cannot see the distinction between the two.
It would be like being a clothes designer who’s a size 20 and only making size-20 clothes.
A stickler for promoting ethical practices within the UK dating industry she champions the sites that get it right while highlighting those holding it back.
Here is a list of useful tips by Property Ladder’s very own Sarah Beeny; I found these on various websites that interviewed the Property Guru.
A great feature on mysinglefriend is ‘matchmaking’, where the friend that creates your profile for the site, can choose suitable candidates for your date and place them in your folder for you to check them out.
After all, we don’t always know what’s best for us ourselves.
And even if you do have some friends with a naughty streak in their sense of humour, fret not for no one can add anything to or delete anything from your profile without your consent.
You can join on your own as well, but you need to provide details (such as name and email address, both confidential, of course) for a friend who would then write a recommendation for you.
In any case, rest assured that only you and you alone can add vital information about yourself.
We tested a few towns and cities and weren’t very happy with the results in smaller places.
London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and some other big cities still get good results though but if you don’t live in a metropolis we suggest you test the site before you joining as a paying member – just to make sure you’re satisfied with what they have to offer.
There’s a special folder for mutual likes, facilitating the search process even further.