Yes, I have experienced those isuses myself as well. To some degree, these issues can be managed. I personally do not date ladies above 30 (at least not until I am 40) and prevented them from contacting me (some sites provide that option). I could do this, because most professing/practising Christians in my country are female (although most of them are Evangelical, and thus rather Wordly), and this is also reflected in the demographics on Christian dating sites here (55% women and 45% men). The invasion of fake profiles is diminished significantly once there is a subscription treshhold (luckily, the site that I am costs only EUR 30,- a year, as it is a non-profit). But online dating still feels like Orpheus travelling to the Underworld to retrieve Eurydice.I think a lot of the "christian" dating sites are well intentioned, but they suffer from several issues: overwhelmingly 30-45 yo women, uncertain connections even though commonalities should be there (you don't know the family, sorta the point of church), invasion by fake outside profiles, etc. Many of these would be worth a shot but the activation energy is tough because you do need a bit of a barrier (cost) to make it worthwhile, but for the guys paying for nominal/old western women (even if your own religion) seems silly.