I get an average of 5 eharmony spam emails that directs me to http://news.chantellefashion.info/ which then directs me to eharmony's main site. If eharmony is paying these guys to do this then eharmony is not to be trusted. Stay away from it.
Owner, and/or possibly the total site previously excluded gay/lesbian/bi from the website with the excuse that official statement to the effect of: "They only knew how to match straight men and women only," When that simply is no excuse, and may reveal the Owner/sites employees true intention: That they possibly still believe(?), and definitely previously believed that the gay/lesbian/bi community are not at all interested in an exclusive relationship, or marriage at all in their future, or even possible that they don't deserve a shot at true love! (This is possibly implied, I don't know their actual personal stance on gay/lesbians/bisexuals. )
When this is a stereotype! gay/lesbian/bi people have similar priorities as straight men and women when it comes to long-term relationships (There are straight men and women, who also look for flings, it isn't just every other sexuality preference), and a lot of the community is looking for the same thing: A good match that they could get possibly get along with and have a lot in common with, possibly for life.
I have not used the site on mere principle, due to previous treatment, and that the fact the site is not free, and there are much better alternatives.
The gay/lesbian/bisexual community and their supporters in the straight community have publically in the media portrayed and nicknamed E-Harmony: "E-Bigotry" on several comedy acts and sketches. This is generally how we feel the site should be named in actuality, I'm not sure if the g/l/b/t community actually came up with the term first, but the parody sketches are very true to life (are social commentary based on their poor reputation, and are hilarious if you've ever seen them!), and do a great service to those wronged by E-Harmony in general.
Regardless of what other people may say, this website is actually a well known and trusted source. Just use common sense; as with any website, there will be fake profiles. A website this big is bound to attract them.
This is like every other dating site on Earth. Basically, there are hundreds of fake profiles with attractive people, who look like women, but are men from Nigeria. Nigeria contains many criminals on online dating sites. The about me profiles on E-Harmony are about the same, and it takes 2 weeks, like expohallow said, to get a good haul and ban them
Every day, an average of 438 singles marry a match they found on eHarmony. Why browse through personals? It's FREE to review your single, compatible matches!