Your question was: Where do I go to unsubcribe to match,com? where do I go to unsubscribe to Christians mingle?.
Do you already have a set time, day and place? If so, the confirmation might be overkill but IMO, there is nothing wrong with sending a quick email today saying "So we're still on for Xday at So and So's? I'm looking forward to it!".
There's nothing wrong with confirming a date using Match.com with an email or voicemail that says "see you tomorrow at _pm."..
Do you clearly know the Date, Time and Place for Saturday? If YES - then is this information already in your calendar? If this wasn't a specific date, what would be your normal approach with him?.
Chances are he has no idea that you have changed your rules and expectations related to him before your very first date. He's likely thinking that whatever you did before would continue today. If you're going to change the rules, at least be honest and tell him..
Have fun on your date...
Ok I took your cue which was to act as normal - i.e. open on emailing. We are set on time and he is finalizing on place..
All good - plus I have added other things to my calendar since this morning..so now I can fix my schedule...
So far so good..brunch went well and we have exchanged messages since. he wrote that it was great and that we should get together soon. we had talked about taking more advantage of the city's cultural offerings and so there were some interesting things coming up. he is looking into it..
So I would say it went well...
I was a bit confused about your post - I posted this last Friday The brunch has already happened and I posted the follow-up just above your post!.
I can say that before this we emailed more frequently during the day - as it has moved into something more in the dating (online dating with Match.com) realm, it seems he is deploying some sort of less is more strategy....