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The profile-creating has been made much easier though as your friend will be doing a big chunk of work for you, plus it’s good fun too, to read what your friend is thinking about you and how she/he has described you.
Also, what makes Mysinglefriend really good is the way the whole site has been built up and developed minimises the amount of fake profiles and timewasters.
All kinds of scammers and frauds just wouldn’t bother with the hassle of finding an accomplice!
Knowing that each and every person on this site has been recommended by a friend, by someone who knows them and can vouch for their character should also give you a little peace of mind as to their intentions.
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However, your friends can do the ‘matchmaking’ bit for you as well – the one who described you at your profile, can find a suitable date for you and put it in a special folder for you to approve or decline.
All the people who you’ve viewed or “liked” appear under “Who Likes Who” link on your profile, plus you can also see everyone who have viewed your profile or have marked you in their favourites.
Plus you can obviously perform your own search too, but we’ll come back to that later.No one can join the site without having a recommending friend.However, this doesn’t mean that if you don’t have a kind-hearted and/or meddling mate who would sign you up, then you’re doomed to being single forever.The search is simple and straightforward with both standard and advanced options and it’s easy to use and handy to grasp.However, in My Single Friend you don’t have an option to ‘send a wink’ to the people you like should you be a little shy starting up a conversation.