not so harmonious…

In my never ending quest for misery and self-torture, I went over to after seeing one of their ads on TV for the fifteen-billionth time. I went through their 29 dimentions of compatibility matching profiler, and it came back with “Unable to Match You at This Time”. Yep, their extensive psychological profiling was unable to figure out what kind of girl I might like.

“Unfortunately, we are not able to make our profiles work for you. Our matching model could not accurately predict with whom you would be best matched.”

I could have given them some clues if they allowed a little more input besides religion, smoking, and drinking (like, say, HEIGHT! I like TALL women, damnit!). But no, they instead tell me I’m an enigma that science is unable to understand. Thanks! Anyone want to point me to the nearest bridge?

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Took the test two different times and tried really tried to kind of answer it different then the first time got DENIED twice – REALLY two times hahaha Well after some thought maybe its better they cant fit me in their “perfect” “mold”

Oh lol as Iam reading this I did say Iam not Christian Iam a free thinker really dont want to belong to any religious organization.

Erin is funny. I got rejected by the love scientist too. I did say in my questionnaire that I wasn’t very religious… I read above that not being religious or being depressed might get you rejected… Since a 24 year relationship just ended right after mom died, I think my answers might have reflected some depression. I’ll try again in 6 months or so and see what comes up. I hope I get matches so at least I can feel it was my recent experiences and not my personality that isn’t matchable. I’m pretty up-beat under most circumstances. Anyway, glad to have found this site. It helped lessen the uncertainty eharmony injected with regard to my compatibility with other humans…

I just received this message as well. I did create an account with them last year and I was accepted, but this time not. I figured that I have changed since then so I wanted to do it again. Obviously I didn’t change for the better lol.

I think that I choose to find someone local, and that was my undoing. If I had chosen to search anywhere in the world then I may have found matches. It’s completely retarded that I am not able to go back in and change my choice from local 30 miles or kilometres to anywhere in the world.

By the way, I selected the “Christian” option and I was rejected. It has nothing to do with your religious preference. I think my problem was distance.

how do delete the account if you’re not matched, i thought it was funny.. but now it wont let me delete the account..?

OMG! I got the same message today! I also answered honestly: probably a little depressed and cynical since I recently ended a relationship after almost 4 years. What a relief to find out I’m not the only one. I was thinking my emotionally abusive ex bf was right all along! Phew!

eHarmony said the same message to me as well after I spent an age answering all of their questions. i think maybe eHarmony is only with it if you live is US where its maybe got more users. eHarmony UK is rather rubbish to say the least!

I think you should thank your lucky stars you were “rejected” by eharmony. Change the word “rejected to “blessed”! I was on eharmony for a few months, met who I thought was the man of my dreams, married him, and 3 and 1/2 weeks later discovered he was living a double life with another woman in Toronto! While I do think there some wonderful people on eharmony, I also know from my own personal experience it is a place for scammers and mentally/emotionally unhealthy people. So, like I said earlier, rejoice you are not on eharmony!! If only I had been given that message!!

Funny I did the questionnaire with 2 different accounts and they still said the same thing.

‘We’re very sorry, but our matching system cannot predict good matches for you’

Personally Maybe I was too agreeable or something. The second one was more reserved and still nothing. It certainly doesn’t help when you see this twice. Makes you feel like you’re not meant to be with anyone. Still though most of the profile is pretty accurate about yourself though. i guess nice guys do finish last or never find the starting line.

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