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30 Ratings 2.3 / 5
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Quick Facts
Cost 3 Months $54.00
Cheap
Popularity 1.9 million active users
Very popular
Gender make-up More men
(3 to 1)       
Better for women
Rating from 30 customers

5 Star: (6)

4 Star: (1)

3 Star: (4)

2 Star: (5)

1 Star: (13)

Total 30 Ratings
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    RKapoorNovember 7th, 2010

    Useless

    I have had a similar problem with Shaadi.com. I registered with good intentions and hoped to meet my life partner. I contacted a woman by firstly requesting a photo password. Her photos seemed pleasant so I decided to send her a message through the shaadi.com website. A few hours later I received a text message from that woman to my surprise. Apparently they make your number public. This wasn't a problem at the start since I was interested in her. However, after a few e-mail exchanges she sent me some more photos which didn't look like the photos on shaadi.com at all. So I lost interest and sent her a polite e-mail to say that I am not interested in taking this further. After this it got really bad as this woman would not take no for an answer. I started getting endless text messages and e-mail. She even found me on facebook and sent me some nasty messages through that.

    I contacted shaadi.com. They first sent me a message to say that they have cancelled this member's membership but this was not true. I wrote to them again and they told me that they had written to this member and warned her. This was not true either since this member continued to harass me. After this I sent a strong letter to a senior manager and he responded to say that I have no evidence that they gave this member my number. They simply said to call the police. However, the police told me to take this up with shaadi.com. In the end both parties simply advised me to change my phone number. They don't understand that I have had the same number for 15 years.

    I cancelled my membership but am still receiving nasty e-mail from that woman and also a lot of advertising messages from shaadi.com selling me anything from apartments to speed dating services.

    If I could go back in time and do something different, I would not have joined shaadi.com at all.
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    NotfakeJuly 24th, 2010

    Below average

    One more thing-Rajni, why aren't you accusing the other comments of being fake? They all have the same negative comments. We have every right to protect other women from being put in the same situation.
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    RajniJuly 7th, 2010

    Recommended

    I am sure this is a fake complaint by a competitor. There are thousands of members who getting married courtesy of matrimonial sites like BM, Shaadi, Jeevansaathi, etc. Just because some person was offensive, it does not mean the site is bad. I have used popular matrimonial websites and they all are doing excellent service in providing members a platform to get connected. Please do NOT stay away from such sites if you wish to get married!!

    -:)

    Rajni
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    NotfakeJuly 24th, 2010

    Below average

    Replied to Rajni Rajni, that comment is uncalled for and disgustingly unempathic. Do you want me to forward you those messages that this person sent me? It's people like you that make people too ashamed to report these things. The accusation of being called "fake" or "lying" is just as hurtful as going through something like that.

    Sure, there are good members out there. But, I don't have the mental energy to do so. I've also heard similar experiences from other women, so my gut is telling me to stay away.

    Don't you dare try to invalidate my experience. It's 100% genuine, whether you like it or not.

    @Rajni
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