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Mr Allen

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Hmm, so I just Googled the above website and tried to sign up, it says both my email addresses are already registered even though I don't recall signing up previously.

Anyway I tried to retrieve the password to any account I did have, and it now says there's a problem with my submission.

The site doesn't even work.

Has anyone else had this problem?
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I haven't had this problem. I am thinking of signing up for OKCupid. Perhaps just create an additional email account and use that for OKCupid? I know gmx.com offers freebies.
Well create another one with another e mail adress then.

I say that because this is something I did a lot, to subscribe in a hurry to a website and then forget everything about it. This is no big deal.

And good luck ^^
Don't bother. OKCupid has been garbage since they made their Messaging System akin to Tinder; meaning you need to Like someone and the person needs to have Liked you in order to message.
Well I managed to sign up, liked a load of potential dates including a 51 year old from Walkley, Sheffield (I lived up there for about 20 years nearly)
Okcupid sucks. I'm a woman and I always hear men ***** and moan about how they "never get any messages" while us women must supposedly get loads. That is total BS. I hardly ever get any messages from guys. I'm not ugly or unattractive either, so I don't know what's up.
It definitely depends on the person, but I'd say generally speaking, most women get more messages than men. Depends on the app, the crowd, your sexuality, race (unfortunately), and probably many other possibilities too.

i don't like OkC's change either, but I think it is a quality app to try out and to wait for a "match".
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