The best part about Ethical Singles is right from the sign-up process, they are being ethical already, showing how many steps there are to register. Sign up processes can get lengthy and tiresome, showing your sign up progress is a step in the right direction.
It it seven steps where you’ll be asked to provide your location, details about your physical appearance, background, history, interests, — and you know other things that we forget to declare but are so important when finding a potential mate like diet, income, political views, your advocacy, and what do you do in your free time.
The last part is where you provide your email address, nominate a username and password, provide a headline and the details of what you’re looking for in a match.
You’ll then be directed to a page that says you’ll receive an email with a link to activate your account and to check your spam folder too just in case the activation email was filtered.
You’ll receive the email almost simultaneously and clicking on the activation link will bring you to the page that provides the next steps to take once logged in like filling out your profile, managing your photos and go to detailed search for the best possible matches.
Upon login, you’ll find yourself in the My Home tab with the Quick Search box front and center. Doing a quick search based on age, gender and location will return a myriad of member profiles that fall within the criteria you’ve set.
The Search tab has ab an advanced and detailed search parameters including gender/sexuality, relationship type, ethical interests, physical appearance, education and occupation, heritage and personal background, lifestyle, personality, and interests. You can also do a keyword search if there is a very specific thing that you’re looking for in a match.
Clicking on a match will lead you their profile with links at the right side corner to message, show interest, add to favorites and even send to a friend. When showing interest, Ethical Singles, still in congruence with their message of being ethical ensures you’ve understood what you’re doing and confirms you’re not randomly clicking buttons by making you input a captcha phrase.
Under My Messages tab, you’ll have access to your inbox and outbox, as well as the people you’ve blocked from communicating with you through the platform.
My Favourites is your shortcut to access all the members you’ve marked as your favorites.
Clicking on the My Profile tab allows you to check out all the informaton you’ve made available for other members to rummage through. There is an option to edit it, restrict access, and manage your account’s photos.
The My Account tab will show your Account status, your payment history, or an option to upgrade to a Premium membership if you are not yet. You can also change your password, email address and cancel/delete your account/membership here.
Heading to the Help tab shows you the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the respective answers to each of them by clicking on the question itself.
Finally, the News tab contains updates and testimonials from users who found success and love through the platform.
Your free membership will allow you to search for potential matches, tag profiles as favorites and show interest. However, to be able to communicate with another member, a paid membership subscription is necessary.
Premium membership is available for €6.99 for a week’s worth of service, €15.99 for a month, €30.99 for 3 months and €46.99 for 6 months. Getting the longer validity plans give you cheaper per month cost (i.e. €46.99 per month is equal to €7.90 per month), but consider as well how long you need to be in the platform to meet someone? Maybe within a week, you’ll be able to establish communication means outside the platform and the one-week membership is really what you need to pay for.
None of the bedazzled nonsense that other websites offer, Ethical Singles get real and shows emphasis to the basic yet essential parts of the relationship – shared values. The platform is also very mindful of ensuring that the members know what they’re getting into — because really, that’s the ethical thing to do.