eHarmony Review is one of the most well-known and popular dating sites out there. In the US, this site is advertised on both television, paper media and of course the Internet.  They claim to make thousands of connections per month and that they bring many users together for long-term relationships.

If you’re a guy looking for a hot younger girl or perhaps the opposite, you might be in for a rude awakening. Most of the women are older and they want serious relationships. The website itself is not a scam but after reviewing the evidence, there are more users that play games, rather than become committed.

Overall results.

The site is beautiful with loads of profiles that are packed with information. It even has other features that it’s competitors do not have.The price tag is a bit high but you will be in for a great online dating experience. The only major drawback anyone might experience is when you are LGBT. The whole website is heterosexual orientated.

Premium extras:

$5.95 a year will bag you a feature known as Secure call which gives you a private number for phoning other eHarmony members. The RelyID for the same price, verifies your real name, age and location and it even places a great attention grabbing badge on your profile. If you want to become one of the verified members, this is a great way to do that.

A one-time payment of $9.99 gives you access to the Book of You (no pun intended.) It highlights your personality traits based on a questionnaire and it acts as an extension of your profile. It’s not required to have but it is seems to be quite interesting.

The eHarmony blog is not premium, even by a long-shot. It’s completely free of charge but it might be worth your time to read through and catch up on the latest articles. The blog itself offers loads of interesting dating and lifestyle advice for any member that’s looking to find that someone special.


The site is beautiful, well designed and packed with information. It features useful relationship tips and extra features that are not available at its competitors.


It lacks in the equality department because the LGBT community is not supported at all.

The verdict:

eHarmony is probably a jewel. It is extremely easy to use and its matchmaking capabilities are pretty impressive. The other extra features would only enhance your experience for a small price and there are numerous benefits for paying members.