She says the biggest reason many older adults stay away from dating sites is for fear of getting judged, since people putting their information online for all to view -- and being comfortable with that is a relatively new thing in our culture.“I think the stigma has really, really decreased,” she said about online dating."So many people are doing it and this simply is a myth that shouldn’t keep you in participating if you’re interested in dating someone."On the other hand, all this sounds great but, if Ourtime is anything like Match, you'll want to pay careful attention to the subscription details.Many readers have complained that their Match membership renewed despite their attempts to cancel."This is the second time this has happened to me. I thought it was an oversight the first time," said Elaine of Muskegon, Mich.By doing so, we maintain a consistent age range dedicated specifically to mature members interested in meeting others online.Maybe you just broke up with a long-term partner or your love passed on.
The company says it caters to older crowds because people’s needs change as they get older, and what they want in their 50s may not be what they wanted in their 30s and 40s. census data that show 30 percent of the 78 million baby boomers in America are single, which gives users in this age category a good chance to meet somebody who happens to be at the same point in life.Pour en savoir plus, notamment sur les moyens de contrôle disponibles, consultez la Politique d’utilisation des cookies.Some people say a lot of different areas of life are wasted on the young like the appreciation of youth itself, since many young adults and teens are eager to become older in order to break free from their parents and get a full dose of real life.IAC also owns Senior People Meet.com, and the growth of that site gave CEO Josh Meyers the idea to make an even better dating site and reintroduce the concept of Internet dating to older consumers.“We saw a fervor for something just for them.Surveys of the age group indicated they wanted to be able to associate with other mature adults,” Meyers said in a published interview.“They wanted to jump into a community of like-minded folks.