If anyone has an idea of how to get AARP or "How about we " to pay attention to our very real concerns, I'd be happy to help in the effort. The format provides little information of value to get a good overall profile. A couple of them looked interesting again I followed the next step.
Shame on AARP for being part of this: after all the articles on scams (including dating site fraud) in their own magazine, how dare they shun responsibility for this problem-riddled site, for unresponsive customer service, and for a lack of consideration for their own members. Dating-AARP.org/#login-menu--- "AARP Dating" thought when I read about this site in my current issue of AARP magazine that this would be a good site otherwise AARP would not lend their name to this service--WRONG. Next several guy's profiles & pictures showed up.
They just don't have the time to go out on a regular basis hoping that one day they'll find Mr or Mrs Right.
All Paid users can message and post and they also have added benefits.