Its focus is on using the Internet to make it easier to meet people - offline. Truly Madly claims similar numbers, while Sirf Coffee, which has a much higher cost of entry, claims to have around 1,100 members, of which around half are in India (mostly Mumbai again) and the rest are NRIs.
The charges vary - Footloose No More has a free membership, while Truly Madly charges Rs. The India model Scientific methods and curated meet-ups sound good, but most e-commerce ventures had to be tailored to meet the needs of the Indian market.
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Indians might have a firm grasp on the idea of online matrimonial websites, but dating on the other hand is not something that a lot of people are comfortable doing, or even talking about, and the country doesn't really have many online dating sites.
"You can exchange numbers if you like, date for years, get married next week, or simply leave after a casual drink.