We set up MFS back in 2008, convinced that we could provide a better quality senior dating service than the ones we encountered when dipping our own toes into online dating (as singles! Over the past six years, we have built a quality senior dating service based on core values of honesty, confidentiality, value for money and heaps of fun along the way!
Read our story in About Us, and if you’d like to give us a try, we’d be delighted to have you as a member.
We are dedicated customer support team, who check all new profiles & photos, to ensure they are real people with genuine motives for joining the site.
As a result, we have quickly become one of the most trusted senior dating services on the internet.
MFS is a unique senior dating site, because it is founded and run by a husband-and-wife team who met online and were passionate about improving people’s online dating experience.
The site was founded on core values that we think everybody wants to live by: honesty, openness, great value for money and loads of fun along the way!
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Mature Free And Single is a mature dating & friendfinder service exclusively for Australian singles over the age of 40.
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