Ukraine Date is a foreign matchmaking and personals site for men who wish to meet Ukrainian women for long-term relationships, marriage, dating or friendship. The site belongs to CupidMedia and provides an expansive selection of features such as chat, email and automatic translators.
This site says it is for friending, matching and mingling with people from Ukraine. Though, to be honest what I saw was a lot of activity between Ukrainian girls and men from "wealthy countries". I didn't see any activity the other way.
How it Works
Unlike foreign bride sites, many of which charge fees for addresses or correspondence services, UkraineDate lets singles meet and communicate openly with each. Paid members are allowed unlimited contacts.
Once you are a member you can freely browse and contact anyone on the site and send an unlimited amount of messages. No credits, no tokens... That's the good part.
Registration on UkraineDate
Joining the site is a straightforward matter of completing the registration form and validating ones email address. Members can upgrade their free basic memberships at any time and make use of the video chat feature, instant messenger and even send flowers to someone special.
The site makes it easy for users to manage their profile, see who's online and who has been checking out their profile lately. One can even browse the newest member profiles.
Those who choose to, can have their profiles verified. Upon submitting a photo-ID, your profile will be checked and verified by the site's administrators. Those who successful complete this step will gain a verified status, which is displayed on their profile. There's also an IMBRA declaration form, which is a requirement for those who intend to bring back their partner to the U.S. on a fiancé visa.
UkraineDate not only offers a number of helpful features but also helps to soften language and cultural barriers by providing information such as travel details, time zones and language translation software. Language options allow the site to be translated in English, German, Norwegian or Russian.