Parship Review: Company Overview
Parship was founded in 2000, going online for the first time on Valentine’s Day 2001. Unlike the majority websites which use a basic matching algorithm based on search terms or a few ticked boxes, Parship runs on a complex matching algorithm based both on behavioristic principles and on psychoanalytical theories of personality.
At the heart of the Parship operation, there is a detailed questionnaire based upon the work of top Hamburg psychologist Hugo Schmale – and with it’s associated profile-matching algorithm, Parship’s compatibility matching is stunningly accurate.
Members can sign up for free and take the test, whereupon they get sent a list of scientifically recommended partners – and have a limited set of contact options to take things further. Like most freemium sites, premium upgrades allow members to conduct detailed searches, send unlimited emails, view photos etc.
With an industry-leading reputation for quality of service, Match.com has long been the innovator company other dating services follow. Between the combined membership of Tinder, Match.com and OK Cupid no other online dating company comes close for size and reach with a database of members rivalling many countries for size.
Parship came under fire for a so-called “hidden” auto-renewal clause, however this can be found within sign up terms and conditions, which of course everyone reads.
Website URL: https://www.parship.com/
Based: Hamburg, Germany
Basic Membership: FREE
Full Membership: ££
Regions Covered: Europe
Dating Advice: YES
From The Website
PARSHIP is one of the leading online matchmaking agencies for discerning singles in UK and across Europe. By means of an objective, scientific process, the PARSHIP Principle®, the service helps its members to find love.
If you’re looking for a serious relationship, then PARSHIP is the right dating site for you.
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