If you don’t live in Denmark or speak the language, you won’t be able to sign up, which will make it a difficult site to use. To start, enter your preferred match gender, age-range and geographical proximity, and either link your Facebook account or manually enter your username, password, gender, birthday, postcode and email.
After this, you are free to browse the site and search through profiles for a match.
Another clue of a pretender is a woman who has a poorly written profile.
Its main drawbacks are exclusivity: unless you actually live in Denmark, you won’t be able to sign up.
You may get in the site for a while, but eventually the security measures will kick in, see that you’re not in Denmark, and you’ll be booted back to the sign-up page.
There is no lengthy personality test or anything like that to take, though there is more to fill out in your profile, when you feel like it.
These sections include more information about your ideal match’s appearance, lifestyle, background, interests and values.
Once you’ve done this, you’ll be directed to the first of nine pages of questions concerning your personality, appearance, lifestyle and interests, and those of your ideal match.