Match Me Cards® is the alternative to online dating. Our online designer tool guides you through creating a custom profile card that you can order in printed or digital format, or both. Then you’re ready to share with friends, family, and trusted acquaintances to enlist their support as your personal matchmakers. Have questions? We’ve got FAQs.
Creating Your Dating Card
What size photo do I need to upload?
Your photo should be at least 2.25″ x 3.75″ and 250 dpi or more. We recommend a photo that is 2.5″ x 4″ to allow you room to adjust the image.
Can I include more than one photo?
We recommend just sharing one photo of yourself. If you would like to include more, you can create a collage of images with a free tool like Canva, and then upload that image into your design.
What contact info should I include?
We suggest including an email address or phone number. A social media handle can work too; keep in mind some people might not have an account to contact you through.
Can I exclude my contact info?
If you prefer to keep your personal contact information private, we suggest creating a new email account that’s only used for dating.
Sharing Your Dating Card
Who should I give my cards to?
We suggest giving your card to friends, family, and trusted acquaintances. Basically, your matchmakers can be anyone who you respect and believe will keep your best interests in mind.
How many printed cards should I give to people?
Start with one, and if they ask for more (this often happens!), then we suggest giving them anywhere from 2-5 cards depending on the type of the relationship you have with that person.
Can I give my card directly to someone I'd like to date?
Absolutely. If you meet someone you’d like to date and you feel confident enough to give them your card, we say go for it!
Should I be concerned about my privacy?
Match Me Cards® was designed with your privacy in mind, which is why we recommend the following when creating your cards:
1. Include only one photo
2. Share just your first name
3. Provide contact info that’s secure
Talking to Your Matchmakers
How do I ask someone to be my matchmaker?
This part is unique to you, but we do have a few recommendations:
1. Tell them you are using a new dating tool as you share your card with them.
2. Give them a quick explanation about how Match Me Cards® works.
3. Let them know why you think they’d be a great matchmaker for you. For example: “You know so many interesting people!”
4. Describe what type of person you are looking for… and any dealbreakers. (Think about these in advance, and consider what really matters.)
5. Explain that this is not a job for them, it’s just a reminder to keep an eye out for you, and permission to connect you to people who might be a good match.
6. Thank them in advance for their help!
What if they're worried they'll make a "bad" match?
Reassure your matchmakers that you’re looking for better dating experiences… not perfection. It is possible that you’ll be connected with people who aren’t a fit, but actual “bad” dates are less likely.
Should I tell my matchmakers about my dates?
It’s nice to let your matchmakers know if you went on a first date with someone they connected you with. You don’t need to share all the details, but if it wasn’t a fit, give them feedback for next time.
Ordering & Shipment
When will I receive my order?
Your digital card will be delivered within minutes of placing your order!
If you also ordered printed cards, you’ll receive those 3-5 business days after your order is printed. (Printing happens 1-2 business days after your order is placed.)
I live outside of the U.S. Can I place an order?
Yesss. You can order a digital card if you live outside of the United States. Note: we cannot ship printed cards internationally.
Can you ship printed cards to a P.O. box?
Unfortunately, we are unable to ship to P.O. boxes at this time.
There's an issue with my order. What should I do?
If there is an issue with the card quality, please contact us as soon as possible so that we may make it right.
Please note, we are not responsible for any issues related to the user-created design elements, including:
- Photo selection
- Photo resolution
- Photo positioning