I joined to find a potential partner but decided that it didn't really work in that way.People seemed to prefer using it as a social site for chatting rather than actually seriously considering a relationship, in my opinion. I'm actually a regular here but not willing to post under my usual alias as I don't really want to be identified.
The argument that fees result in quality people is a valid one, but RSVP's structure is simply unfair – pay just to "express interest", and your stamps have a time limit. Of course they have a "premium" membership, which allows proper two-way contact.
So their structure is aimed at making people go premium simply out of desperation if they really want to contact someone. It's interesting that Match is now being taken to task for that approach: News/id USN0939287520090609 With the above in mind I, for one, welcome our free-dating-site overlords.
The women online seem two-faced, completely hollow and devoid of any imagination.
Most are after preferably 'hot guys' with ooodles of cash and no children despite the fact that they themself have children.
The odds of finding Mr Perfect are tantalisingly high with that many contact requests coming in and it would be tempting to hang around and wait for him to come along.
However, the chances of Mr Perfect actually existing are unlikely, so they continue to wait.I have used oasisactive for a few months and found it just fine.It used to be slow loading the messages bit, but havn't had any problems recently I tried Oasis for a while , I never got genuine responses it's probably because I'm a guy that's only average looking.Hmmm Was that last post made by a sales rep from RSVP??I don't think it matters a bit whether you pay or not, some people will always post innacurate or misleading profiles.Hard to accept that it's totally free without there being something amiss! You pay to send email, but the recipient can't even read it, let alone reply, unless they're a paying member too.