Many Good thing come into having an EHarmony account - you may find your soulmate or just a fine partner or maybe even a friend to hang with.
Some negatives of having a dating site is that you don't exactly know if the person you are talking to is being truthful about their identity.
eHarmony does its best to convince you to sign up for their 3 or 6 month subscription packages. The three-month plan (starting at a pricey $59.95!) is buried on the subscription plan page while the expensive multi-month packages that cost hundreds of dollars are prominently displayed. It's a bit pushy.
eHarmony takes you to your profile page. If eHarmony finds potential matches with its Compatibility Matching System, a notification appears in the Matches toolbar section. Other sections include What If (matches that fall outside of your match sweet spot.), Communicating With (your message center), and Hidden Users (a list of potential matches no longer available for contact). The layout's simple and easy to navigate.
Profiles are packed with useful information and photos. In fact, the pages look very much detailed. You move horizontally from profile section to profile section, there are many icons to chose from. I preferred eHarmony's horizontal navigation and layout to the vertical style employed by most dating sites, as it lets you see more information on screen at a time.
You can reach out to a potential partner in several unique ways. eHarmony lets you send Quick Questions that serve as icebreakers—somewhat like a "wink" feature. You can also request to connect via eH Mail, the site's messaging system. There's also Secure Call, in which you and a potential exchange eHarmony-provided phone numbers (so you don't have to give out your real phone number), but it comes with a small cost, it states below before using it.
All in all it is one of the best dating sites ever made for Americans/Canadians.
-You'll find someone to talk to
-It's another path into marriage
-Meet new people
-Price is a bit pricey
-You'll never know if the person is faking their identity