So what problems do people have with online dating?Here's what Report Linker found: A lack of seriousness was a big problem.These days, healthcare and law enforcement officials don’t hesitate to call it a “crisis” demanding urgent attention. Who hasn’t tossed and turned in bed the night before a big date trying to account for all the things that could go wrong?Your usually reliable car might refuse to start, you might hit traffic and miss your dinner reservations, or you might not notice the mustard stain on…And some people Sixteen percent said that there were problems with personal information security.TBH, I was really surprised when one dating app I used gave away last names when you matched with someone, meaning that I suddenly got a lot of confrontational messages about whether I was just chatting to them to get material for an article (I wasn't).But I find that weird because 60 percent of respondents — or more than half— said they looking for something serious.And other reports point to 13 percent of users becoming married or engaged to someone they met on a dating app.
They can be big-time savers and success builders in dating.”That being said, I know they're far from perfect.
It can be weird feeling — like you're putting information out there that you don't necessarily want to. This is actually probably the biggest complaint among my friends.
All the time that goes into it — and not necessarily meeting anyone.
So it seems strange that so many people keep complaining that they can't find anyone looking for something serious, when most people on these apps are for something serious.
Surely, if it's just a numbers game, dating apps are a great tool?