We also got a little nervous when we learned the site was free; we’re looking for the loves of our lives here, not just some Joe Schmo.Still, the site is pretty easy to use and it offers a wide selection of singles, so it ranks fourth on our list.This site made the bottom of our list because of its intense questions and niche audience.Still, if you’re an orthodox woman looking to find your true match, you might think about checking out this service.It goes on to ask for your native language and where you and your parents live before asking for two references (which I once thought were reserved for college and job applications).Despite the intensive application process, Saw You At Sinai hooks you up with a personal matchmaker, which is why we weren’t surprised the service doesn’t offer a free trial.And although Abayev admits to feeling tempted to move out of his parents' house, - really can't do that," he says. You may find a job and girlfriend but you won't have a family connection.You won't have bachsh on Friday night," referring to a traditional Bukharian dish.
However, we quickly realized not only were most of our matches non-Jews, many of them were middle-aged or older, so we can’t recommend for young singles. JPeople Meet (.99/month, .49/month for six months) Despite it’s easy-to-use look, JPeople Meet didn’t exactly meet our expectations. He attended American schools, wears chic professional clothes, sips coffee at Starbucks, and speaks perfect English, with little indication that until 1991 he lived in Uzbekistan.At 29, Abayev still lives with his parents in Fresh Meadows, Queens, because in the culture of the Bukharian Jews, whose traditions developed in Central Asia, adults leave home only to begin their own families.ack in the day, when it was time for our bubbes and zaydes to find their sig-o, their parents took them to a matchmaker to find the perfect husband. There are a lot of new players in the online dating field, and it can be overwhelming. You can find your , or intended, with a little help from an algorithm, a cute pic and a few choice phrases.