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Following account creation, users are asked to do a personality test through Chemistry.com; Match then uses that information to make suggestions, while a clever algorithm tracks your activity on the site and tailors your experience accordingly.
Subscriptions to Match aren’t cheap — one month will run you an astounding $42, which scales down if you sign up for a longer period (which is kind of like saying “I probably won’t have any luck for a while”) — so if you’re the thrifty type, you can join for free. Even if you know nothing about online dating, you should recognize the founder of e Harmony, Neil Clark Warren.
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