Free Messaging Week!
Thursday, February 08th, 2018
In the run up to Valentine’s Day (from now until 14th February 2018), we are offering you the chance to send and receive messages for free! Yes, that’s right – free, the single best price that there is. So how do you go about making the most of this offer?
- Sign in to your Muddy Matches account.If you don’t already have an account, it’s quick and easy to set one up. Just head to https://www.muddymatches.co.uk/ and click on the ‘Join for Free’ button. You can even use Facebook to auto-fill some of your details (we know that it’s useful to save time here).
Once you have signed up, you will need to write some information about who you are, so that potential dates know something about you. You should also add a Main Photo that clearly shows your face.
- When you sign into your account, you will see a list of potential matches that are based on your age, gender preference and location. You can also search for people to get in contact with.
- When you find someone special, click on the big pink box under their name and you will be able to send a message to them.*Please note that if you are reading this after 14 February 2018, this option will not exist.
We know that it can be difficult to think of what to say in an opening message, so we have taken the hard work away by creating a list of different questions that you can choose from.
For example, you could ask, ‘What would your ideal Valentine’s Day be like?’, or ‘What’s something you could talk about for hours?’.
This open questions really get the conversation started and will hopefully lead to a date.
We are often asked if it is OK to be in contact with more than one person at a time, and to this we say ‘yes’ until you are dating someone. By sending messages to a few different people, you are increasing your chances of meeting your perfect match.
Letting us know about your success story
We love hearing about your success stories, so please do let us know if you find the love of your live thanks to the Valentine’s offer.