If you’re trying to meet matures, understand that these 50 plus year old women are ready for action. They’re there. They’re down and they don’t play any games. They’ve been around the block, they know how the game works, and they have the energy to meet whatever stamina you bring to the table. In other words, you’re in for a good time.
Now for the bad news. Finding websites that actually deliver that kind of experience is quite difficult. Let’s get one thing clear here. There are so many websites out there that promise a big game. They talk a big game, okay? They make all sorts of claims, they make all sorts of promises, but when it comes time to delivery, they deliver a goose egg. Zero. Zilch. Nada, except meetmatures.com.
Why? Well, you have yourself to blame. I don’t mean to be harsh, but you only have yourself to blame because a lot of those websites that you looked at so you can join such websites are flat out fake. They use fake reviews.
How do you know if a website features fake reviews? Pay attention to these three factors. First, the review is overwhelmingly positive. I’m not talking about a little of positivity here and there. I’m not talking about general positivity. I’m talking about sickeningly positive. It’s as if there is nothing possibly wrong with that website. You know that unless you are dealing with some sort of Soviet era propaganda ministry, there is something suspiciously wrong with such positive “reviews.”
Second, the review only suggests one site. The site might do a good job bashing all sorts of other sites, but you notice that it’s only championing or recommending one site over and over again. Regardless of the category, regardless of the specific niche of dating, it’s always pimping one site. Be very careful of this. This is a dead giveaway that that review site, regardless of any seemingly objective features, is intended primarily to sell you on that site. That’s its job. That’s its reason for being.
Third, look for reviews that don’t really go in-depth about the experience of joining a site. They just tell you what the site has to offer, they give you some sort of generic description. Well, generic descriptions are not going to do you much good. They’re a dime a dozen.
Do yourself a big favor and look for reviews that actually step you through the experience of joining and using such a site. Now, I’m not talking about taking their word for it, instead, look for actual screenshots. That’s how you can separate the real deal from the bullshitters.