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Success stories from couples who met on JDate are also published on JLife. Previously based in Beverly Hills, California, Spark Networks is now based in Los Angeles, California with additional offices in Lehi, Utah and Hertzelia Pituach, Israel.
Other sites act more as matchmaker services and agencies, where people fill out a comprehensive form about themselves which is then looked at by people who work for the service, who then in turn try to match with another member based on the two members' interests and other information.
Members can constrain their interactions to the online space, or they can arrange a date to meet in person.
JDate members have the option to seek heterosexual and/or homosexual relationships on the site.
Profiles include options like "men seeking men" and "women seeking women" to help users connect with their desired matches.
Individuals do not have to be Jewish in order to join JDate.
Members can mark their Jewish affiliation on their profile or select options like “Willing to Convert,” “Not Sure if Willing to Convert,” and “Not Willing to Convert.” While JDate is oriented towards the Jewish population, it has also attracted those seeking Jewish mates.
- "Yeshivish" singles can sign up with one of 5 full-time matchmakers who work exclusively with daters in their mid-twenties on up.