How do I begin meeting new people right now?

The first thing you'll need to do is to sign up for your own free dLook Dating account.

Once you're signed up and logged into the dLook Dating web-site, you'll have access to a whole bunch of features that will help you to make contact with potential dLook matches so you can start meeting that "special someone" right away!

How Do I Set Up My Own dLook Dating Account?

To create your own free dLook Dating account, simply click here and follow the prompts.

Where do I log in to the dLook Dating web-site?

Up near the top of every page on the dLook site, you should see two boxes and the words "Member Login".

To log in, simply enter your dName and password into these boxes and click the Login button.

(Note: You will need to have already registered for dLook Dating, and activated your account before you can log in.)

I just registered for dLook, and when I try to log in, I receive an error message!

The most likely problem is your account hasn't been activated.

But this is easy to fix.

Just after you signed up to dLook Dating, you were sent an e-mail checking that the e-mail address you gave us was correct. In order to activate your membership, all you need to do is click the link inside this e-mail and you're all set.

I didn't receive an activation e-mail.

If you haven't received an e-mail containing a link to activate your membership, we can help you out.

The first thing you should do is to check your spam filters.

Occasionally, spam filters are a bit too 'overprotective' and accidentally block important e-mails (like the one we tried to send you!). So have a look through your "Junk Mail" folders, or wherever it is your spam filter stores suspected spam e-mails, to see if you can spot an e-mail from dLook Dating.

If you still can't see it, send the dLook Dating team an e-mail at

What is my dName?

Your dName is another way of saying your dLook Dating Username.

It's the same name you use on your profile, and one of the details you use to log into dLook Dating.

Help! I've forgotten my dName!

No problems.

Just click here and tell us the e-mail address you use for dLook Dating, and we'll e-mail you your dName and password immediately.

I can't seem to find my dLook Dating password.

That's okay - we can send it out to you by e-mail.

Just visit our "Forgotten Your Password" page, tell us the e-mail address you have linked to your dLook Dating account, and we'll e-mail you a copy of your password.

I've registered but I can't contact a particular member

You can still contact this member - but first, let me explain what's happening here...

Other web-sites will charge you each time you want to send a message - or they'll make you buy a monthly plan before they will let you talk to someone on their site and find out a bit more about them. - How frustrating!

dLook Dating does things differently.

One of the things that makes dLook great is it allows you to contact almost all members who have a publicly advertised profile for free!

I say almost all members with a public profile because for some dLook Dating members, their public profile means they receive so many messages from potential matches that they can't handle them all! So they decide to restrict their account so that they only receive messages from other paying dLook customers.

To contact this person (and to start receiving messages from secret admirers of your own!) you will need to upgrade your account so that your profile is visible to the public.

Upgrading is fast and easy - plus it means you don't have to spend time searching through all the profiles on dLook Dating for potential matches - because dLook Dating members will now be able to start contacting you.

Plus people with profiles generally end up with more admirers to choose from when selecting Mr. or Mrs. Right!

To upgrade your profile now, simply log into dLook dating, go to the "My Account" area and enter your details into the "Upgrade" section.

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