After the initial sign up process, we continued researching and after carefully checking every corner of Perfect this is what we discovered in the Terms of Service agreement: The first thing Perfect hides up the sleeve are the computer-generated and completely automated messages sent to you and other site users.
You’ll learn how many people have the same personality type and which types would complement yours. There are a few ways to communicate on Perfect Match.
You may send an Icebreaker, which is a collection of multiple-choice questions for someone who interests you, or you may send an email.
So, even if you start a conversation – you will be basically communicating with a software program and soon the correspondence will make no sense.
Perfect confesses to using electronic communications in order to engage you into the site’s services and get you to upgrade to a paid membership.
Another scam happens at the very moment you start building your profile, uploading photographs and personal information, and customizing your profile.