The service isn’t free forever, they’re just providing you with a free trial.For example, I just signed up with a service a couple of months ago where the 30-day trial period had a full feature set of their specific service.Connecting is a Minnesota based company, online since 2001, started with a mission of building a quality site, and making it totally free to use.Many sites start out free, build up their membership, then start charging members to use the site or some features. 10 billion matches later, Tinder has changed the way people meet around the world. Tinder is a powerful tool to meet people, expand your social group, meet locals when you’re traveling and find people you otherwise never would have met.Sometimes, you may receive an offer for a free trial period.I’d expect this to be the most common scenario that matches what you’re talking about.
All you have to do is register and fill out a short profile and then you can search a database of Christian singles.
When in doubt, always assume anything that says free but requires a credit card is a scam.
Nonetheless, there are some semi-legitimate scenarios where giving your credit card information is the right thing to do.
If you’re required to give a credit card it’s also a good sign that what you’re signing up for perhaps isn’t free forever.
If you think the offer might be legit, read all of the information on the screen carefully.