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One poster remarked that an email they recently received from a match that had this kind of ‘I want’ list should have been headed ‘Dear Bank Manager’!Some users noted that, while their matches would start off enthusiastically, replying swiftly, that often tailed off. Make sure that you read this before you type a single word.We asked our e Harmony Advice regulars to tell us what annoyed them about messages they received from their matches and , as expected, they had some strong opinions about what makes a good message – and what makes a very bad one!There’s a simple enough solution – read through past messages before you send a new one.Extra tip: do this before a first date too, to avoid the same pitfall. Starting out your email conversation with a list of demands about the kind of person you’re looking for, or the kinds of things you like/dislike very much, can seem very prescriptive.Also, peppering messages with innuendo is a big no-no.

That’s why asking a match if they’d like to use an instant messaging service like Whats App, before you’ve barely started exchanging emails, is very off putting.

A simple ‘I’m sorry, I’ve met someone else’ would suffice.

Not strictly an email specific problem, but if you send a message to a match and you don’t have a photo, anecdotal evidence suggests you’re hugely reducing your chances of a response.

If that’s you, we suggest you compose your messages in a program like Microsoft Word, which should help you correct most of the errors you make.

Text speak also got a huge thumbs down from our users.

That’s why asking a match if they’d like to use an instant messaging service like Whats App, before you’ve barely started exchanging emails, is very off putting.

A simple ‘I’m sorry, I’ve met someone else’ would suffice.

Not strictly an email specific problem, but if you send a message to a match and you don’t have a photo, anecdotal evidence suggests you’re hugely reducing your chances of a response.

If that’s you, we suggest you compose your messages in a program like Microsoft Word, which should help you correct most of the errors you make.

Text speak also got a huge thumbs down from our users.

On the other hand, if you send a one line email, you’re pretty much saying ‘I couldn’t be bothered to put much effort into this’.