Dating Direct Affinity is not a feature of the site, it’s actually a whole new dating site that you have to yet again pay for.
It’s very similar to Match Affinity and e Harmony where a large emphasis is placed on compatibility matching and long questionnaires.
It’s not brilliant, and it’s also not very popular.
I also find that the interface is a lot easier to use at
Everything is nicely laid out and no more than a click away.
You will also find that the features across the two sites are identical and prices are also the same.
But Dating Direct offers no proper mobile support, and their website is long overdue a re-design. So please don’t join Dating Direct, you would have to be crazy!
Yes they share the same membership database, features and cost the same.Of course you will also find simple and advanced search options, as well as the option to block members who you don’t want to hear from again, or alternatively add members to your favourites list if you would like to stay in touch.The website itself is rather outdated and could do with a good lick of paint.Dating Direct (datingdirect.com) was founded back in 1999 by the UK entrepreneur Darren Richards.Within three months of launching more than 40,000 UK singles had registered on the site, and this was back when online dating was still seen as needy and seedy.That said, it’s still rather intuitive you should not have any trouble finding your way around the site. You can access the site using your mobile browser but it’s not great, unlike there are no mobile aps.