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You can’t make any progress unless you pay a membership or refer friends. There needs to be something users can do if they don’t want to pay $9.99 or more a month besides sending a heart to someone and not being able to read their message. Plus I had to put that I was in an area 45 minutes away because instead of typing your city, there’s a finite number you can choose from. I assume the app is useful when purchased, but I think every app like this needs to have some initial time for the user to decide if it’s worth it. The payment plan, too, isn’t reasonable. $20/month, $14/3 months, or $10/6 months. They should have a trial period and/or an option to pay, for example, $5 for your first month on the app and then go from there. I bet there’s a lot of people who skipped out on this app, just like me, because they’re forced to pay to have a benefit. This is a review from someone who did not purchase the app (for those that don’t wish to waste their time downloading if they don’t want to pay).
I had several issues with this app. First, there are very little options for free users. I couldn’t even read messages sent to me unless I either paid for a membership or added friends to the site. Why would I want to add friends to a dating site? I don’t even want to be on dating sites tbh! I’m not going to torture my friends! Second, only certain cities are listed..so the app will list you as living in a city that is over an hour away from your real city if that is the closest city on their list of cities. This makes finding close matches confusing. There is a map option that lets you see the area the people were last in so you can kind of figure out if they are nearby but you don’t see that till after you open their profile. The people don’t seem any different from people on any other apps. I put off adding this app for a while because I don’t use LinkedIn and I don’t list my job on Facebook (I’m a teacher so it’s just not a good idea). I figured I wouldn’t get approved because how would they check that I had really been to college or had a career? There was no way they could have checked since it’s not on my Facebook...but I still got approved in less than an hour so I’m not sure anyone is really vetted all that well.
There is nothing I like less than wasting my time. And that makes Inner Circle not liked at all. After almost two years, I've recommended Inner Circle to a few friends of mine, but it was NOT because I recommend this app. It was only to be able to read and respond to messages I had from other members. I didn't care if they were potentially going to have success, because I sure wasn't and wasn't enjoying the misery the app put me through just to even use the app at all. After I had no ability to log into my account, because they are so bad with allowing members to even have that ability, I still had a full membership that they didn't even let me use because of their Toxic policies on memberships. If you only have access to a mobile device and not a computer, do not use this app. Not all of us sit at a computer all day. If they remove your mobile device access, for any stupid reason, like they did to me for over 8 months, and you still have full memberships, you're completely screwed and don't bother trying to get those memberships back, whether you paid for them or recommended friends. They won't care and they will screw you, just like they screwed me. I don't recommend this app.
If you pay the initial $10 I recommend IMMEDIATELY going to my account and turning off the renewal option based on what other members have said about the charges. Try it for a week, see if you like it. In my opinion, this app is just uggo guys with better jobs. I was accepted in under 24 hours, which I'm sure is due to the way I look (I am not active on FB or LinkedIn because I hate social media), but I do go to an exclusive graduate school. After being tired of men trying to shove their tongue down my throat, groping me, and expecting sex on the first date (after wanting to split the bill mind you), I want to try something different. I'm disappointed by the men on here and offended that women have to pay for this service. That said, I'm traditional and maybe that's anti feminist... I don't care. Successful attractive women should be courted, not asked to pay for a service of let's face it guys who think their jobs entitle them to women and don't seem to be screened rigidly (seriously there are some GROSS guys on here). However, I don't think that the men should have to pay so much for this app. Why can't singles get a reasonably priced exclusive dating app with slightly better standards? It's slim pickins out there... 🎤
I really wanted to try this app because a friend recommended it but honestly from the time of downloading it and having to wait to be approved plus not being able to read my messages it’s really ridiculous. On top of that having to refer friends to be able to read my messages it’s awkward.! Update: so this is the response I get “"Hi Emjayy77, the reason that we ask you to invite your friends (definitely no 'must'), is because we really like to create an 'inner circle' on our dating app of mutual friends an likeminded people. And besides, isn't it fun searching for the love of your life, together with your single friend!" No it’s not fun telling your friends you’re dating online, I go out with my friends on the weekends that’s good enough. On top of that I’m really annoyed because although I got accepted I cannot see my messages or likes or anything and my friend that recommended me said she was able to read messages and everything right away so what’s the deal! Plus there’s no cute guys and it always rotated through the same guys!! Ughh back to tinder!
Developed by Circle Imperium B.V..
The Inner Circle – Fine Dating is ranking in Lifestyle & Entertainment
Last update was at Jan 13, 2020and the current version is 3.16.
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