Consumer Affairs Millions of single people are signed up to an array of dating websites, apps and introductory services that we trust to find us our "perfect match". But many are extremely costly and - as was recently highlighted in complaints about by eHarmony - some of their claims are not quite credible. Telegraph Money has previously called on dating services to be publish statistics about their users to enable customers to understand how likely they will get a match based on their requirements. The widespread suspicion is that many sites have more women on their books than men. Few sites, however, are upfront about this. How do other sites claim to match up users - and how much you could end up paying in your quest for love?
The UK's most popular dating sites: what they cost and what they claim
Emma Munbodh Personal Finance Correspondent Cultura Exclusive Get the biggest money stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Millions of Brits turn to the web in search of a partner every year - but what's the true cost of finding love on the Internet? There are currently over 1, relationship-finder sites in Britain - all claiming to do one thing - find your match, and at that, fast. Post Valentine's Day many singletons will be heading online to look for love, but with so many online websites to choose from, it's hard to really know which are worth investing in and how much you should spend on your quest for love? Below we have listed 10 of the biggest dating websites in the UK and how much they each cost a month to help you pick the option that best suits you. Advanced 'smart search' which allows you to filter matches by location and personality traits.
Best online dating websites and how much they cost a month
What this means is that a website like Match. In the majority of cases, those that use online sites in the UK for dating are there to find love and happiness. There are individuals with ill-intent however, and dating websites like those mentioned above do request that people report these users.