Still, didn't blame OKCupid. However, I do blame them for removing my account for no good reason. Honest, always a gentleman and very careful to abide by the rules, I can only think it might have been a racial issue. I'm brown skinned multi-racial and searched and liked women of all races and colors. Maybe I'm wrong, but they still removed my account for no good reason. After being on OkCupid.
OR if they finished writing their profile. However, I recently come across a open relationship profile that I had previously blocked the day before. I know this because not only did I remember the profile and name, when I went to block them, my only option was to UNblock them. I mean technically swiping left is supposed to do that. Seems like that should be an option here.
Among other things, TheSpark. SparkMatch debuted as a beta experiment of allowing registered users who had taken the Match Test to search for and contact each other based on their Match Test types. The popularity of SparkMatch took off and it was launched as its own site, later renamed OkCupid. Since August , an "A-list" account option is available to users of OkCupid and provides additional services for a monthly fee.