I think I’ve run out of girls in San Diego to be matched with. I got an email saying my last month was refunded and when I tried to log in it said: Say whaaaaaaaaaa. More recently my matches have been have been way out of my San Diego radius, as far as Los Angeles!? So since posting this blog, eharmony has CANCELED my account. Apparently in the terms of agreement they can cancel your account at any time for any reason. Because I wrote a blog about my negative, yet 100 percent accurate and true, experience!? I can only assume that’s the reason why, some how, some way they linked Single Steve with my real life eharmony account, and CANCELED me. I think it’s actually a cumulative binomial probability problem.Where basically it’s a small win chance per girl, but cumulative the win chance becomes greater with each girl added to the pool. You know your chances of winning are slim to none, but that doesn’t mean you throw away the lottery ticket.You’re probably thinking well, there has to be a glitch in the matrix.
I mean, I feel bad if you’re at work right now reading this, and the biggest letters on your screen involve the words FUCK YOU. So after you completed their riddles and questions, you then can start receiving “matches”, hurray!What the fuck are they doing with all the money I give them each month!?I expect ads on a free site, but not one where I’m paying!? Apparently, it’s a good thing my subscription is ending. I know legally they CAN cancel my account at any time for any reason, but SHOULD they cancel my account just because I blogged about my experience in a negative way. Two dates where I was probably settling, compromising and giving in, just to go on dates. Not at all, they were perfectly normal, fine people, just not the match for me. It’s literally a 40 minute survey asking you the same question 37 different ways. First thing you have to do is fill out the SATs of online dating.
So everyday since I’m up at midnight, I log in and get my 7 new exciting matches. That’s active, open, matches, that I’ve sent my multiple choice questions over to, and I’m patiently waiting for their response. In ADDITION to the 748 matches I am currently waiting for a response for, I have also 436 archived matches and 721 matches I’ve closed out. So you’re saying I matched on 29 levels of compatibility with almost 2000 women in San Diego?