After you link up your Facebook or enter your basic information (both about yourself and your ideal match), you’re done.
At this point, your profile is technically still incomplete, but you are free to browse profiles if you wish.
I first heard of Brazil Cupid when I arrived in Brazil.
I also had previously used another Cupid Media site, Afro Introductions.com, during the days when I was an expat in South Africa.
Brazil Cupid was started in 2005 and has more than 1 million members.
Like all of the sites on the Cupid Media network, Brazil Cupid has a well-designed, easy-to-use interface, with basic free profiles, and a lot of great features for its premium members.
My only complaint when using Brazil Cupid was that I received a couple of sketchy messages almost immediately after I signed up.