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The profiles displayed aren't what you want

Affinity proposes a selection of members who correspond with you. This selection is found by going to your homepage and down the page you will see "The selection of matches we have prepared for
you". Affinity propose fifty different profiles each day.

This list is based on the replies you have chosen when completing the Affinity Test and as well as the search criteria (age and region most importantly) that you provided when you joined. You
can modify the search criteria under the headings "My Account" followed by "My Profile" and down the page on the left you will see "Detailed Profile", selecting "change" will give you the
option to modify key details about yourself.

If you wish to consult the profiles in your selection list simply select "Your selection of singles" from the menu bar at the top of the page, choose "Your matches". From this page you are able
to filter the criteria by age, affinity score, not viewed etc.

You can choose to only be alerted (by email to your personal address) when members who correspond entirely to your search criteria is interested in you.

To do this, simply go to the section "Account Settings" and select the first alert in the list "Only send me alerts from members who match my search criteria".

After this you will only be alerted when a member who corresponds with your criteria:

- Visits your profile
- Sends you a new message
- Shows you their photo
- Adds your profile to their favorites

These alerts are only sent when a member fulfills the criteria you deem "essential" (as you indicated in "My Search Criteria" found under the heading "My Account" at the top right of the page)
and have a minimum Affinity Score of 60 with you (relative to your "Affinity Test" replies).

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