This number is entirely dependent on the preferences that you state when you apply for The League and the number of users in your area that have signed up and are looking for people like you! If you set your preferences super narrow, you will have less daily Prospects, and less people will see your profile as well. Once you let us know your preferences during registration, we will let you know if you have a below-average number of Prospects. That being said, it only takes one, remember?
This number is also dependent on your preferences and the makeup of your local community. If you set your preferences super narrow, you will have less daily Prospects, and less people will see your profile as well, resulting in less matches. The wider you set your preferences, the more visibility your profile will get, and the faster you will see Matches.
We use LinkedIn to block you from your coworkers (as self-identified on LinkedIn as ‘currently’ working for the same company). We also use it to show your mutual connections, build your profile, and as additional support that users are likely to be who they claim they are.
Nope – we only store your contacts’ names and unique IDs so that we can show them as mutual friends and also block coworkers from you in our matching algorithm. We do not collect your contacts’ email addresses or other personal information, so we will not notify them that you’ve signed up for The League or contact them for any other reason.
LinkedIn does not give us access to your username and password so there is no risk to you. LinkedIn provides a portal that we integrate with to allow you to link your profile without us ever knowing your user credentials. Thus, we do not have access to your username and password.
We need photos so we can create your profile. Other info like current city, hometown, likes, interests, and education help us match you more effectively, but we can only access this information if you grant us permission on Facebook. It seems as though a common interest in Beastie Boys IS a statistically significant indicator for love….
Facebook does not give us access to your username and password so there is no risk to you. Facebook has a feature called Facebook Connect that allows us to let you use your Facebook profile to login/logout of the League without us ever knowing your user credentials.