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Soulmates has brought together thousands of happy couples since launching in 2004.
Soulmates has thousands of members throughout the UK and beyond, of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientation. If you like what you see, you can join and create your own profile for free.
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If you have a serious problem with another Soulmates user that we should know about urgently, please use our report abuse page. My profile Profile privacy Searching Contacting other users Subscriptions and payment Account settings Other questions Soulmates is the dating website from The Guardian.
Once you've joined, your profile picture will be shown on your profile page, on search results pages, and in ‘matches’ emails sent to other Soulmates.
To reach more people, your photo can to appear on the Guardian website - you can choose not to appear on the Guardian by reviewing the settings on 'your account'.
If you wish to change your location, this can be done at anytime in your profile settings.
Alternatively, if you wish to set a location outside of your location area for your ideal match, this can be done in your account settings under "Ideal Match".
Just us about yourself and what you’re looking for and tell us your location.Common reasons for rejecting a profile photo include poor image quality, obscured face, image distortion, or a second person is in the picture.If you want to change your profile name once you have set it up, you can do so on the 'your account' page.As a subscriber you have access to the full gallery of pictures on Soulmates profiles, and all their profile information. Most importantly, you can contact other Soulmates using our messaging service, at your computer or on your mobile phone.You also have options to filter and sort your search results to find people that match what you’re looking for.
Your gallery pictures will only be shown to Soulmates subscribers.