Registration is FREE and we offer FREEPHONE telephone support to all our members.We are dedicated to providing a safe over 60 dating environment online for mature singles over Sixty in Australia. We have a dedicated Australia customer support team, who check all new profiles & photos, to ensure they are real people with genuine motives for joining the site.I can share some of mine:...of the Ladies I have met have been HONEST and RESPECTABLE ....No HORROR stories to report,but Im sure there are some out there! that's ANOTHER challenge because I'm living on a military base and can't come and go without my military daughter, son-in-law or granddaughter ... can you imagine dating with your granddaughter as chaparone? But, [there's always a BUT] there are MANY I REPEAT MANY Quality Ladies on here who do not intend to meet anyone, EVER! They are Scared Little Rabbits after reading all the articles in the paper,watching the News,etc.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
This is where Over70step in, it provides a great platform for over 60 dating, over 70 dating.
The easiest and most successful way of finding a new partner is through online dating but the very idea of using a computer to date can raise serious concerns for older people who are less used to conducting their lives online. Staying Safe The most immediate concern older people have about meeting people online is their personal safety, not surprisingly when the media is full of scare stories about pensioners being robbed or scammed out of their life savings.
You will be relieved to know that by using the guided communication on e Harmony, and the safety advice provided, meeting people in this way is probably much safer than more traditional dating methods.
Remember you are never on your own and your safety is our priority.
Using a computer Many older people are put off online dating because it requires them to use a computer – something which many people find intimidating and confusing.