You'd think that any notable criticisms would be open for coverage there including criticisms by competitors.
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I think at least the catchphrase should be part of the article.OkCupid, with its own Wikipedia article, is more notable than m or Bonny Albo, the current sources that reference the idea of "Matching paying members with non-paying members".( talk ) 23:26, (UTC)Greg Class action suit settled edit The information about the separate gay and straight eHarmony sites should probably be updated in view of the the settlement of the California class action suit: ml E A ( talk ) 15:26, 9 February.It's not a big problem - let me show why: A non-paying member is limited to ten matches - so if all ten of these members are inactive and don't close the matches, then the non-paying member is, in effect, out of candidate pool.Kvng ( talk ) 14:33, (UTC) To clarify, this "criticism" is coming from a competitor, using a unique combination of statistics that, to my knowledge, nobody else has combined in this manner.
The existing eHarmony Criticism page already states that "some consider the service expensive which is certainly a verifiable statement, but does not have a supporting citation at present.
B, this article has been rated.
(BTW, the idea of an unbiased source is pretty much fiction.) On the other hand, this section is already causing a serious WP:undue problem for the article and first order of business here should be to trim it or split off into a separate article.