Not all of them are available for non-paying customers though, but they used to restrict the non-paying customers’ search to profession only – at least now you can search by postcode as well.
Should this variety of filters not satisfy you (although we can’t see how it could disappoint anyone), you can have a look at a list of your “new matches” – or matches that the page algorithm has picked for you or “your admirers” to find if there’s perhaps anyone there that catches your eye.
I’m not a hundred percent convinced how authentic these results are, since even minutes after joining it will show you a bunch of members you’ve supposedly viewed in the last 3 months.
However, it’s a minor detail and after all – it’s the thought that counts. First of all you can use ‘like’ or ‘wink’ buttons – and the latter also has several options: Say Hello, Flirt, Give a Hug, Give a Chocolate, Send Flowers buttons also appear under this option.
We’ve criticised some Cupid-owned sites in the past for dubious practices with fake profiles and fake emails but we didn’t notice any of it happening here.