Tagged dating site website
You're only going off of 6 basic details (if someone even filled them all out) and a picture.
We know online dating can be disappointing and frustrating, this is why our website was built with several goals in mind: • Make online dating totally free • Make the service for local contacts, in your state or province • Easy, quick and fun to use for singles all over the world How it works: • several minutes to sign up and create your profile • post a profile photo • search local singles, in your city, state, province or country • view profiles and photos • initiate contacts with our message system • we offer the ability to block other members from messaging you It is free to use, no fees, monthly charges or subscriptions.
While the average Tagged member is an educated 33-year-old with a blue-collar job, the site also has a large multicultural audience, with heavy concentrations of Hispanics and African-Americans. Online opens up a whole new world and way to meet and socialize with people,” he said.
“Tagged takes pride in making it simple, easy and fun to meet new people.” Making high-quality connections is always the number one goal of the Tagged team, and they will continue to do that in the new year by being aware of the user experience and being receptive to feedback.
“We have always wanted Tagged to be the best place to meet new people,” said Vice President of Marketing Steve Sarner. But Tagged’s most popular and most impressive feature has to be Meet Me, where members browse photos, select the people they’re interested in and a match is made if the other person is also interested.
CEO Greg Tseng continues to interview employees, cater lunch and dinner, and hold office-wide meetings every Friday.
“The level of customization we allow members helps people gain a better insight to who they are meeting or might want to meet.
It really allows an individual’s personality and tastes to shine through, much more so than just a photo and profile description.” And the fact that Tagged is available in 200 countries makes its users are just as unique and fun as the features.
This process has been labelled an "e-mail scam" by consumer anti-fraud advocates Simultaneously, Tagged settled an enforcement action by the state of Texas, agreeing to pay 0,000 in penalties and fees.
Conditions of the settlement included "clear and conspicuous" disclosure of the use of information in the user's email address book, providing a clear method to skip the step and display to users the specific emails to be sent.