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I think it’s actually a cumulative binomial probability problem.
I figured out that if I log in at am and do a new “Find New Matches” search I will get 7 new hand computer picked matches.Do you know ,you can hack facebook password with one fake fb page(phishing).In this tutorial we will use Social Engineering tool i.e Credential Harvester attack in kali linux.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. At least that’s what I tell myself, so I can sleep at night.
Another thing I don’t like about eharmony is all the fucking ads. Not only are they’re charging me about 30 bucks a month, they also bombard me with ads!?
Because I know about cumulative binomial probability. I actually posted this question to eharmony on their facebook wall. I have no idea why my matches don’t just close out the match if they’re not interested.
In any case, I’m baffled as to why girls just don’t close out the match if they’re not interested. What’s more likely is eharmony never deletes accounts, so I’m matched with girls that joined for the free weekend 6 months ago, and don’t even know they have a message from me in their queue.
They’re probably closed you out and you didn’t know. I WISH they had closed me out, that way at least I know they’re weren’t interested, they would be removed from my list.
And I don’t close out any matches even though they haven’t responded in weeks/months because there’s always a chance.
You still hold on to it, and check to see if you won, you know, just in case.