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Would You…. DATE ME?

Would You…. DATE ME?

These days you can do almost anything on the Internet, from ordering your groceries to communicating with people from all corners of the globe – so why not try Internet dating? It's been around for a few years and it's now gaining in popularity – isn't it time you joined the party?

Introducing DateMe [] – a FUN, FREE, SAFE alternative to other New Zealand websites currently on the market.

With the limited time we have these days, DateMe New Zealand offers you an easy way to network with your fellow Kiwis at the click of a mouse, whether it be friendship or a date that you're after.

The DateMe service is 100% free (with NO hidden costs), registration is only a short page away, it's easy to use, there's a community forum and you have the opportunity to 'rate' fellow Kiwis. Best of all, you are guaranteed no dodgy pictures as may be found on other NZ Dating websites.

This service is provided to give New Zealanders the opportunity to network with each other while having fun at the same time. No user will be allowed to 'ruin' this fun either as DateMe will keep an eye out for users who abuse the free service. No nude or offensive pictures are allowed on the DateMe website as all pictures are approved before going live on the site.

With DateMe you can search simply by gender, age, and region, or you can utilise the advance search and get down to specifics from ethnicity to religion, education, hair colour, eye colour and whether or not you're after a smoker or not.

DateMe lets you create your very own photo album online and upload your videos to share.

The DateMe service is not only 100% FREE but it is also SAFE – personal details need not be handed out for one-to-one communication with a potential date or friend, instead, DateMe provides you with an easy to use private messaging service, giving out personal details is at your discretion.

"More and more people are using online dating service in New Zealand and DateMe is trying to enhance that experience."

With online dating could not be any simpler. Fun is only a few clicks away.


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