Free Online Dating Sites Now Letting Users Delete Their Accounts

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What happens to the account you have on a free dating site after you've left the site or found someone? Where does this information go? Free free online dating sites are paving the road to giving members the option of deleting their accounts - on demand. Something all social networking sites should make available.

No, free online dating hasn't changed much in the past 3 years but if the two main free dating sites in Canada can do it, the question is why isn't every other free dating site doing it?

But do what you ask. Well the answer is giving the user the opportunities to delete their free dating site accounts -- without question and as quick as they signed up -- maybe even quicker than that. Because we all know that especially with a dating site, our private information is what makes us and breaks us.

Now, not only does give the member a chance to delete their account completely, but so does the hit free dating site After being in the market for just about two years, the fast growing free online dating site in Canada and America is now offering it's free dating site members the chance to delete their profiles only few clicks away from their user settings. So if by chance the member has found someone on the free dating site or if they would just like to get off the site, trying offline dating or simply try any other avenue, now they can. Easily.

Established as a premier free online dating destination for singles in Canada and the United States (U.S.A.), is a free dating site catering to all the major metropolitan areas in those two countries and growing in popularity in Europe, the UK and Australia. Registering a free online dating site profile and all the free dating site services are always 100% free. Non-members are free to browse through hundreds of dating profiles of singles looking for love in their own city.


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