If you want a relationship based on mutual interests rather than wealth, Luxy is not the place to look.Katy said: “I’d advise a person looking for something serious to invest in a paying site such as or EHarmony, a small investment to guarantee that the type of people using the site is likely to be looking for more than just a bit of fun."But the expert warned to be wary of certain users, who may be lying about their personality.She said: “Be wary of anyone who doesn’t have a profile picture, and of those who declare their undying love too early on - phrases such as ‘I feel such a connection with you’, ‘I think you could be the one’ and ‘I love you’ before having actually met a person should send alarm bells ringing!
From websites to smartphone-friendly applications, finding ‘love’ is now at your fingertips provided you have wifi connection.
Not so long ago, such platforms were reserved for those who couldn’t find a partner in ‘real’ life, but now they have become the norm.
A recent study by Voucher Codes Pro found over a third (35 per cent) of Brits met their partners online.
But is it a good thing, or is the rise of technology in relationships leading to the death of the date?
It depends on where you’re looking, according to award-winning dating and relationship expert Katy Horwood.
Speaking exclusively to uk, Katy said: “Online dating sites can be a fantastic way of connecting with other singles, a place where people can virtually connect without having to invest huge amounts of time or money trying to establish whether they might get on or not.“However, it can be a double edged sword and, whilst choice, and the abundance of it, can be a good thing when looking for a relationship, it can also be overwhelming and create a culture of always thinking there’s something better around the corner!
"The number of dating websites are in the thousands and continuing to grow all the time.
From Infidelity to exclusivity and discrimination: These are the dating websites over 40s should As the name implies, this website is a portal for younger women looking to relish off older men’s riches.
The ‘attraction’ is based mostly on money and power, thus not the greatest place to look if you want a long-term meaningful relationship.