This is due to the company overspending on expansion and overhiring.
If you say no, you'll then be asked to flesh out your profile slightly - most members (in my experience) have nothing listed except their age, general location, profile name and a picture - and then you'll be shown someone else's profile nearby.
You can change what you're "searching for" with a click, but be aware that the site will revert back to whatever they've deemed appropriate for you each time you log in.
A person I had been communicating with said when he had gone to my profile, a strange picture of a young woman with an email address on the picture came up, and then he couldn't find me at all.
I believe my account had been hacked, but the Zoosk rep wouldn't confirm that.
When I asked why, she said that my original card had been blocked for security reasons.
I asked why if one card wasn't safe, why another would be.
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I'd only recommend it for folks wanting something more casual because of the general outlook and focus.
With these problems at the company, Zoosk canceled its IPO in December. To improve revenue, the company decided in November 2014 to require a paid membership to send messages.