Wednesday, May 4, 2011

eHarmony: 3 billion served

eHarmony Blog (Unofficial) had posted an article saying "At sometime on Saturday April 30, eHarmony served its three billionth match."
Is eHarmony going to release an official communication about that milestone?
What does that milestone really mean?

Suppose eHarmony's algorithm had achieved 3,000,000 successful couples, i.e 3 million men matched with 3 million women and then married or in long term relationship with commitment since August 2000.
Suppose a 0% divorce rate for those matches.

Then divide 3,000,000 successful matches
3,000,000,000 (3 billion for English speaking countries, 3 thousand million for the rest)

That is 3*10E6 / 3*10E9 == 0.001 or 0.1% success rate

0.1% efficacy / effectiveness / efficiency

That eHarmony's "closely-guarded matching algorithm" is performing as placebo, as a machine gun  shooting flowers.
eHarmony is a 10+ years old obsolete site.
The majority, over 99.9% of eHarmony's members are not going to achieve a long term relationship with commitment (or marriage) using that site.

Am I the only person seeing/saying eHarmony is a FRAUD, a HOAX?
Are there any complaints at consumers associations?

eHarmony's revenue estimated at USD 274 million in 2010.
eHarmony is really the biggest SCAMMER in the Online Dating Industry.

Recently GreenCrest Capital valued eHarmony in the USD700-USD900 million range.
"A Date for the Long Term - GreenCrest Capital Reveals Report on eHarmony's Hidden Value"

The entire Online Dating Industry for serious daters in 1st World Countries is a HOAX, performing as a Big Online Casino, with a low effectiveness/efficiency level of their matching algorithms (less than 10%)

1 comment:

  1. Even the 0.1% success rate is assuming the numbers that eHarmony gives us are correct. We all know that dating sites love to inflate their rates.