Due to it being an Australian original, and having a wide number of features as well as events and travel opportunities, a rather diverse crowd of singles can be found on the site.
This isn’t, however, much of a hook up site and rather an actual dating site: members are also considerable older with an average age of between 45 and 49.
lol, I replied to your thread on Ozbargain earlier... ) sites to ask about this, if you're that keen on this girl just throw the into it.. I fluffed around buying the odd 3 stamps a few times over a few years and last year bit the bullet and paid the 0 for 30 odd stamps with unlimited time frame.
might as well post it here also: (just in case you're not the same person) Make your profile and photos as attractive as possible then send them a "free-kiss" … For me a 0 is nothing if it finds me a partner for life. They will be aware of how much it costs someone to send a message so the person should be considerate enough to let you know if they aren't interested with their response to their kiss.
I signed up to RSVP and I found one person that I'd like to talk to, they are a good match, but the stamps are 45 dollars for 3. Plus, by having the bar set at a certain financial commitment you weed out a lot of 'tyre-kickers'.
Don't want to spend almost 50 bucks to speak to someone who might not speak much or not at all. I know this isn't the answer you want, but there are cheaper dating sites but people tend to steer clear of them for that reason. Few bucks each yeah sure for a stamp but 45 dollars for 3 only that last one month?
Don't waste your time with this scam and just get out in the real world and do things you're interested in.
That way you will meet like minded people that aren't completely fake. I had a mate (male) who used to get paid for working the joes on dating sites.
If you're a bit overweight, or not too photogenic, then start working out at the gym or get accustomed to feeling rejected most of the time - like most of the guys. I was contacted by many ones who are as old as my grandad. - Decent men (yes, there are some) look for a girlfriend/wife, are too busy messaging women who are much more attractive, more educated and more successful them, probably much younger too. You're likely to have a happy marriage with George Clooney (if he's single again one day) than finding your dream man on RSVP. Then out of nowhere he informed me that he just didn't feel emotionally attracted to me. After making contact with a few people, it appeared they were not real...conveniently AFTER i spent money to contact. I have cancelled my membership with RSVP but still been charged through direct debit. When you terminate your account you should also terminate any direct debit membership fee please explain and reply asap I joined and paid for a 3 month premium membership. Thanks, I guess that's how the site funds itself, if you find a good relationship in your first contact, isn't excessive.(Thread should maybe be moved to Lifestyle) Yeah you're right it's not that much but when I only intend to contact one person or may or may not contact back then it is a bit much as it's 45 dollars. Isn't there some way I can get a free stamp or something just once?Its sad, but then so is bar hopping, and that will cost you a hell of a lot more ! And because most of the time those women are not interested in them, they go on trying by messaging more and more members to maximize their chances, probably will spend the rest of their lives doing so. - Finally (some cases), you find someone you click. Sadly I found out afterwards that he was sleeping with his 20 year old step daughter. One month into my membership I was suddenly unable to sign into my account, being told my username doesn't exist!I tried a few dating sites, RSVP is the best I have found so far. You date for a while and then your relationship gets a little bit bumpy (as it does at times with most relationships) , he will leave you for a new one on the site because it's easier than dealing with the troubles he has with you. Back on the site, date someone new again, break up with her after a while. I am sure that whoever is reading this, will understand when I say that I don't even want to give it another try. I have friends who have met their partners on RSVP and are now happily married. So I emailed support and this was their response: "Periodically we check profiles on RSVP, this is to ensure that they are genuine and so we can protect you and all our members from profiles on the site that may not be entirely honest.
So, you’ll need to keep an eye on their blog so that you know what’s going on.