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Others wanted to see adverts that might appear filtered (even though these are usually under the control of their Web browser), and the remainder focused on expectations around responding to complaints.'I used another site and was attempted to be scammed three times, by men pretending to be Americans or Europeans working abroad, Christians, or working in the UK.I tend to liken it to giving your details to a job agency, which is exactly where all the jobs are!' There were some comments about a shopping mentality and that selecting people to approach was choosing by appearance. Didn't like the person I became, 'boy shopping' based on photos and a few stats.
''I found a lot of the men on the site were not really interested in meeting a partner.I contacted the website, no response to any of my concerns.''I have but I find that there is very little difference between the type of man you meet on Christian [or] non-Christian sites.I had hoped that men on Christian sites would be more considerate etc but that is clearly not the case.' Making a direct comparison with other sites, eight said that they thought a Christian dating site was essentially the same as one without that label.Fifteen said they preferred to meet Christians on non-Christian sites, because of: 'I found that there was a lot of passivity on these sites in comparison to non-Christian sites where men will initiate contact and make it clear if they are interested or not.The Christian sites tend to reflect the same problems of the Church.' There were also suggestions for additional functionality.