Jdate.com is a dating and social network website owned and operated by Spark Networks, the owners of world-class religion-based dating sites like Christian Mingle and LDSSingles. Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA Spark Networks and JDate also has an office in Israel. Spark networks is also a publically traded company on the NYSE, ticker symbol LOV.
Jdate.com was founded in 1997 and has been around for over 20 years catering directly to Jewish faith users who are looking for long-term relationships. According to an independent 2011 survey by the research company ResearchNow, JDate managed to successfully pair and marry over 1,000 Jewish couples. In one of the most interesting findings of the survey, ResearchNow found that JDate was responsible for 52% of all Jewish marriages that were started online.
JDate offers free accounts that are limited by not allowing access to certain features of the site. They also offer premium subscriptions for full access to all the sites features, as well as a “Spotlight” feature that has to be purchased separately in order to promote your profile.
Your subscription can also be billed in multiple ways, such as subscribing through the Apple App store and paying through iTunes billing.
If you can no longer afford your JDate subscription or have found love elsewhere, you might need to cancel your account. Well, then you’re in luck as we have a helpful guide below!
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Billing Address
- ZIP/Postal Code
- Reason for Cancellation
- Last 4 Digits of Card
- Date of Last Charge
- Amount of Last Charge
- Date of Birth
- Visit https://support.jdate.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
- By scrolling down, find “Chat with us” and click it
- Insert your information in the fields provided
- Request that the agent cancel your account
- When asked, give the agent your account information
- Request your final balance, and ensure you won’t be charged again
- Request that the agent provide you with a confirmation number or email
- Retain any confirmation numbers or emails you receive for your records