68 ‘ChristianMingle.com’ Reviews
Most of the emails you'll get won't be from people in your local area; they'll be from people hundreds and thousands of miles away from you, many asking you in their first email to you to contact them at their own personal email address on yahoo, hotmail or gmail.
Secondly, many people locally are either still married, are looking for no strings attached sex. You'd think that you'd find higher quality people on Christian Mingle, and many genuine Christians on Christian Mingle, as it's a Christian dating website, but that's not the case.
And, when you do contact Christian Mingle to tell them about scam artists on their website, and express your desire to discontinue your membership with them, they tell you that they're not responsible, and suggest to you that you need to do your own background searches on every person you meet online to keep yourself safe. Then they tell you to go read their success story pages.
Don't let the "Christian" part of Christian Mingle fool you. It's no different than Plenty of Fish. The only reason Christians are signing up on Christian Mingle is because of their PR. They put a ton of ads on TV and place them in several Christian publications to persuade you to sign up. Don't fall for it. Save your money.
When God wants you to meet someone at the right time, it'll happen. Offline. God is bigger than any dating website!
I have three encounters with men who tried to scam me out of hundreds of dollars . watch out for the guy who's betraying to be widowed because his wife died who he called his angel stacey and he sends you all this poetry he will tell you he was born in maryland but grew up in italy .This is a bold faced lie the same man takes on different idenities using different pictures but the story is the same he has a daughter who is living with her grandma in another country he is not for real only someone using someone else's picture and he will take all your money and you wont even know who he really is . this guy went by the name alexander bill and then steve wolz and finally david adam all one man .thankfully god reveals all truth watch out ladies do not give these men any money he will ask you to send him the money but he will send it right back......WATCH OUT............
I was very disappointed in the manner that the men presented themselves on this site. They are deceitful. I had multiple instances that were something you would never except to happen when dealing with a so call Christian data base. One being dating a guy for one month and he is pressuring you to have sex then his ex girlfriend who isn’t even 21 and is 10 years younger than him show up 2 months pregnant. These are the type of men I came across multiple times. These are not good faith Christian men. Then dealing with the website itself was a night mare. I have done dating sites before so I made sure I had unchecked the automatic billing the day I signed up with Christian Mingle. 3 months later there is a charge on my account. I am still trying to get it removed from my bank account but neither Christian Mingle or the Bank is working with me. I didn’t have a email that was supposably sent to me but I combed through all my emails and it was never to be found so I have no proof. Christian Mingles answer to me is you get 3 months free but it is not free I PAID FOR IT because of a glitch on their website. This is how all sites make their money by screwing over their customers. I am biting the bullet and accepting that I had to forfeit $57.92 for a service that I wasn’t satisfied with in the first place and a service that I didn’t want as long as people are aware of the awful customer service that Christian Mingle has as well the prowling men on this site.
Scam.....promise you will reget it.
This site is no different than any of the others. Many of the men I encountered only wanted to go on dates to have sex afterwards. This of course is not the sites problem, but many women are lured to this site thinking the men will act more decent.
I met my crazy ex boyfriend on this site and he had more issues than I could count! His profile was one that portrayed him as the perfect christian guy, which I eventually found out he wasn't.
I decided to not to renew my and decided to take my chances on meeting someone nice at church.
I'd give this site a "zero" but cannot...That said, I have been unsuccessful in getting my name UNSUBSCRIBED from their site. I never signed up and was just perusing the site, and now am getting all kinds of unwanted emails and "Smiles". Totally ridiculous.
I've tried contacting the Admin but have sent four messages without any response. I'm going to report these scammers to the Better Business Bureau for fraudulent business practices.
Amazing how you don't sign up for this service, but cannot UNSUBSCRIBE anywhere on their site.
These people are not Christians, but greedy and fraudulent scammers.
The site does what it's supposed to do in terms of supplying people you can connect with. However Michael Evans of the Christian Spiritual Center is a complete fraud. He left his phone in my car and I have found out he has DOZENS of women thinking they are his one and only Black Queen, Princess and Baby. Ladies if any of you come across this man, RUN FOR THE HILLS and don't look back. I called some of the women and they are completely devastated!
It's like most other sites. The main benefit is having/knowing it has Christians (not perfect people). I didn't want my picture used as their advertisement (face book, ads, etc). They pretty much told me to pack sand. I was very disappointed with that.
Also, be careful! I noticed something I've never seen on other dating sites. They ask a series of questions that is blatantly used for spamming you later and will be sold off to third/fourth party spammers. My advice is to fill out a very vague profile and don't answer their questions. If it doesn’t look right, it isn't.
Good luck no matter what you use, and please be careful!