Profiles are informative and contain a lot of information – basic stuff as well as your own words which give you a chance to shine and stand out.
However, they are really not the best designed profile pages we’ve come across.
It had tens of millions of users at its peak but was quickly usurped by the rise of Myspace and then Facebook, founded four years after Friends Reunited in 2004.
But on the other hand, you can sign up to their 3 days trial for just £3.48, which is a cheap way to try out the site and see if it’s for you.
We strongly recommend doing it before signing up for good!
It doesn’t hurt to be careful though – if you get a feeling something is not quite right with some profiles or if you suddenly start getting a lot of emails (which you cannot reply to before you have subscribed to the paid version of the site), take it with a pinch of salt.
Of course, you have the standard winking and icebreaking features on Friends Reunited dating or you could just send a plain old mail.