If you spy a profile full of spelling mistakes, it doesn’t seem very ‘Kiwi’, or it looks like it’s been copied from somewhere else, it could be a scammer.
You have to be physically based in New Zealand to use our site.
Finding a person to share your life with in such a location can feel like a real challenge.
That’s why at e Harmony we help to take away the guessing game behind meeting new people.
Employing them should help reduce the already remote chances of you coming into contact with an online scammer.
The Christian Connection discussion boards are a popular way to share stories, advice and opinions about life as a single Christian.
Website: 2001Website: 1996Both sites are owned by the same parent company and appear to utilize the same database of profiles. Joining is free but you must pay in order to utilize the services that actually connect you with people. The parent company owns many dating sites, not just these LDS ones. What is more, it is designed to be a Tinder-esque alternative for LDS members.
Website: 2000It is not clear who owns this site or where it operates out of. Website: Started: 2015You can sign up through either Facebook or Twitter. It does appear to be offered by those familiar with LDS life.
Some fees are involved, because it says basic membership is free.
It is not explicit about its costs or its services.