EliteSingles - Help / FAQ

Who can join EliteSinglesSignin.com?

Anyone above the age of 18 can join EliteSingles.

Is EliteSingles free to use?

It is free to create an account and browse around and like other profiles. Only initiating contacts requires premium membership.

How to get started with EliteSingles?

You can sign up with email or log in with phone number. After completing your dating profile, you can search potential matches nearby. When you find someone you like, you can show interests for free, or you may upgrade and send him/her a message immediately.

Does EliteSingles offer refund?

If you are not satisfied after you upgrade to premium membership, you can ask for full refund within 3 days and partial refund with 2 weeks.

EliteSingles with MillionaireMatch

It's absolutely 100% FREE to try out EliteSingles and meet rich men or rich women. There is no obligation to stay and you can cancel at any time, no questions asked. We do not disclose, sell or rent any personally identifiable information to any third party organizations. Please notice that EliteSinglesSignin.com is an affiliate site which is owned by MillionaireMatch.

How does it work on EliteSinglesSignin.com?

When you first join our site, you become a standard member. This allows you to create a profile, add up to 26 public photos and 26 private photos, search for people by country / by state, create a favorites list and send unlimited winks! You will get notified in the notification area in the top navigation bar if somebody on the site adds you as a favorite, winks at you, or sends you a message. You're also able to respond to a message sent to you by PREMIUM MEMBERS!

Should you decide to become a PREMIUM MEMBER yourself though, you'll also be able to access all services without any limitation:

Can you tell me how the charge will appear on my billing statement?

If you pay through Credit Card / Charge Card / Check Card / Debit Card, it will show up as MillionaireMatch;

If you pay through PayPal, it will show up as SuccessfulMatch on your billing statement.