Pathetic example of Christian love
I was a member for over a year. Most of the men where obviously fake accounts!
All they wanted was something else. I put up with serious abuse. Sadly I have my phone number to a few.
When I replied to some with get [word removed] I have been permanently removed.
I have to laugh.
I bet the owners say it daily.
Better to go on secular dating sites.
Christians go on them too.
None of the hypocrisy.
I’m glad I told them were to go.
Putrid pigs deserve a good serve.
Mixed Feelings, No Results So Far
I came to Christian Connection for the simple fact that I want to find a Christian man I can settle down with. In that regard, it gives what it promises. The majority of members will be committed to their faith. But the website also has issues with its interface. They severely limit the search options, meaning you have to keep scrolling and scrolling to view members. It makes looking through the site very tiresome. I actually have a very clear idea in my head of the kind of partner I want to settle down with, but I care little, if at all, about...where they are located. But since their search forces me to look through based on proximity, I have to look at people who I would likely meet just by visiting enough churches in my home city, when I really want to see what my options are further afield. So, I think Christian Connection would be a very good service, if only they improved their search options. I can believe someone would find a partner through the website if they aren't fussy or don't know what they really want. But if they're looking for a specific sort of person, they might have better luck elsewhere.
way better than CMB and eHarmony
the obvious: I found more serious and committed Christians than in other dating apps, they also allow you to narrow down to specific denominations.
- There will always be dodgy, pushy, disrespectful people in these dating sites, it’s on us to be wise and discerning to filter, ignore, or block those kind of peold.
- Customer service always reply within 24 working hours.
- Pricing is also reasonable, I was lucky to sign up around Christmas/NY time where they give great discounted price.
- I agree that they need to boost their marketing/advertising cause it’ll help them by increasing their members and at the same time pushing the dodgy ones to the periphery or even quitting.
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I went on Christian Connection a few years ago hoping to meet a nice honourable Christian man and found the complete opposite. I received an email from one man and we had one phone conversation and then I decided not to pursue anything further with him and he threatened me with my life! I was so scared that I called the Police and also emailed the administrator on CC to ask them to investigate him!
Another man emailed me last year in June and we met up after a few phone calls. He seemed nice at first and we got along well. However, after...the third date he said he wanted to marry me and also wanted to have intercourse and was very persistent. I ended it with him and then about two weeks later we reconnected as he was remorseful and so I gave him a second chance. We dated for two months and I found out he was a Narcissist! So I had to end it promptly with him to save my sanity and soul! I would recommend all women to be very savvy and cautious with the men on any dating site, Christian or otherwise. Always meet in a public setting with other people around you, tell someone where you are going to meet this man and have a friend or family member call you after you've been with them for an hour. Park your car with other cars. And meet during the day, not at night. It's a treacherous world out there!
Saddened by conduct of men who claim to be Christian.
Some, (not all ) the guys expect you to go to bed with them.. they expect intimacy ie kissing on the second date. I had to check again to see if I hadn’t accidentally signed up on Tinder Hook up lol at least 5 of the guys made their intentions known. This is a Christian dating site , my expectation was that men who signed as Christians at least had one Godly principle. One guy called me “religious” for not kissing him and holding hands on our first date... ermmmm
Well meaning but devoid of what the Bible teaches
I may I just say that as a Christian woman we don't need to sell ourselves on a dating websites irrespective of what the title says as in for this one a Christian dating site.. I had my fair share of eye opening experience here and may you take heed of what others have to say here on this product review.. And ironically you are reading the reviews of a product.. People go on the site and pay for it and then yes they want to buy a product from this site..
Questions & Answers
I used my middle name which I do for a lot of things including work and was suspended off the site. Card I used to make payment was in my sisters name as didn’t have my card with me at the time . Was asked to provide proof due , photo ID to card and my details not matching. No one responded to email. So closed the account as wasn’t able to use it. Pretty much told me I was a scammer in the email I received . Never scammed anyone, just had a few lovely conversations but luckily, exchanged numbers with someone before . Felt like I got scammed by the site in a way .
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