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.I believe that they get more attention on Oasis Active than they do in real life.Often very flattering attention so there may not be a great incentive to leave Oasis Active.RSVP banned me for some reason and all I did was make an account.Their tech support refuses to answer my emails for an explanation.One must always, always, be alert for scams, fakers and floosies (unless you like that sort of thing) whether in real life or on the net.Can't blame the site too much when it's free, as obviously they can't afford staff to vet everything. It can only give RSVP et al some healthy competition and encourage them to be more fair with fee structures.
I would get out more, but having finish study I dont' have much of a network for going out (and meeting people) and most of my female friends aren't around no more (shakes fist). A very bad one my so called partner of nearly 4 years is a member trawling for women his screen name is beewild from redcliffe don't believe a word this liar says!!!!!!!
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.
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.
Plenty Of Fish, also free, was interesting for a while but no fish were suitable there for me. Of course that has little bearing on the profiles themselves. On top of that, you aren't told who *is* a paying member and who isn't.