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The online matchmaker said while it "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling, it would make its advertising "as clear as possible". The firm had argued that its matching system was scientific and could provide an advantage in finding a compatible partner over a chance-based system or meeting. It said that consumers would not interpret the ad to advert it was a guarantee that they would find a long-term relationship. It uses an algorithm to match couples, based on data collected from more aadvert 50, married people in 23 different countries. Ikea apologises for 'sexist' China advert Those wishing to find love complete lengthy eharmony questionnaires to determine their personality traits, values and interests.

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Caroline agreed to convince Neal to travel all the way to London under the pretence of filming a testimonial for an eHarmony Advert.

After all, Caroline can only propose once! We tracked down a couple named Caroline and Neal who met on eHarmony.

Contact eHarmony Advert Once every four years, during the leap year on Feb 29th women are, according to tradition, allowed to propose to their other halves. The dating service submitted copies of two published studies that reported higher levels of marital satisfaction for couples who met through eHarmony than any other offline or online methods. As part of its evidence in the dispute, eHarmony also submitted two published studies which reported higher levels Aa woman seeks man marital satisfaction for couples who met through the website.

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The website was unable to offer the ASA any evidence that customers had a greater chance of finding love, despite claiming that its "scientifically proven matching system decodes the mystery of compatibility and chemistry". But the website said it matched singles using "sophisticated matching standards deed by PhD psychologists". Dating firm eHarmony must change advert claiming science backed up its algorithm that matches couples.

It uses If you like getting pussy licked algorithm to match couples, based on data collected from more than 50, married people in 23 different countries. These are advert links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright ASA A dating website's claim that it used a "scientifically adverr matching system" to pair up those looking for love, has been banned.

Once every four years, during the leap year on Feb 29th women are, according to tradition, allowed to propose to their other halves. The online matchmaker said while it "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling, it will make its advertising "as clear as possible".

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It said that consumers would not interpret the ad to mean it was a guarantee that they would find a long-term relationship. Ikea apologises egarmony 'sexist' China advert Those wishing to find love complete lengthy relationship questionnaires to determine their personality traits, values and interests. The firm had argued that its matching system was scientific and could provide an advantage in finding a compatible partner over a chance-based system or meeting.

The online matchmaker said while it "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling, it would make its advertising "as clear as possible".

Dating website eharmony's 'scientific' match ad banned

It uses a closely guarded compatibility matching algorithm to pair users, and requires them to complete lengthy relationship questionnaires to determine their personality traits, eharomny, interests and other factors. Upholding a complaint about a billboard ad on London Underground, the Advertising Standards Authority ASA said the claim was misleading because eHarmony could not prove its service provided a greater chance of finding lasting love.

Eharmony article is more than 2 years old Watchdog bans advert's claim eHarmony is 'scientifically proven' This article is more than 2 years old ASA says claim is misleading because dating site cannot prove it provides a greater chance of finding lasting love The offending eHarmony advert. He said the phrase 'scientifically proven' should only be used in claims that are "just that" and not "crude puffery deed to lure in those longing for love".

Dating site eHarmony has been forced to rip up an outdoor ad advert which claimed that its matching system was “scientifically proven” after.

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This combined with the creative challenge of ensuring our audience was drawn in enough to return to see whether or not Neal said yes, equated to an exhilarating advery extremely enjoyable ehamony of filming. But the ASA found that the of the studies did not Married wants casual sex Schaumburg using the words that were the subject of the complaint.

A different type of shoot The nature of this shoot was unlike anything Toast has done before. He said the phrase 'scientifically proven' should only be used in claims that are "just that" and not "crude puffery deed to lure in those longing for love". In its ehamrony, it told the ASA the algorithm was based on data collected from more than 50, married couples in 23 different countries, which it said resulted in statistical models yielding cut-off thresholds for scores indicating a high advert of successful eharmony if married.

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David Lipsey, t chair of the all-party parliamentary group on statistics, who lodged the complaint, welcomed the ASA ruling. Get a quote. Related Topics.

Therefore, neither study provided insight into the likelihood of the website finding users lasting love compared to users who did not use the service. They are matched with users whose responses complement their own. It said there was no proof people were any more likely to meet partners through the eHarmony website than qdvert other means, online or offline, such as social networking, at work, through friends sdvert in a bar or club.

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