Rsvp dating website

23-Jul-2018 02:27

As always you should read your terms of service before signing up to any online service. They make up fake profiles that send you kisses first and then when you buy stamps to email them they don't reply and/or their profile mysteriously disappears after a few days.

If it happens once or twice you might think nothing of it but I have been robbed of at least 20 stamps like this. A am a female and feel EXACTLY the same - fake male profiles, you send off kisses and get no replies.

RSVP's T&C state that they can delete ANYONE'S profile for ANY reason WITHOUT having to provide a reason or justification. On the other hand, e Harmony makes available a toll-free phone number AND a live-chat window. They have fake profiles or profiles of people who have already cancelled their membership and then RSVP classes these so-called profiles as matches to you. It starts off by you messaging your so-called match and then the "profile" gives you a positive reply making out that they are interested in you which makes you purchase stamps from RSVP in order for you to send them an e-mail and talk about yourself in more detail. The write up is nothing more than an rsvp advert, which this site's owner is parading as a 'Review'support is an oxymoron.Their stamp system results in your wasting your money on profiles that rsvp has not bothered to vet via any means: e.g.Russian IP created profile for a Russia based girl.Searching is easy and offers all of the important attributes needed, including filtering out any members who have not signed onto the dating site for a period of time.If you live in Australia, are single and are looking for a partner online, then the dating site RSVP is one choice you should consider.

RSVP's T&C state that they can delete ANYONE'S profile for ANY reason WITHOUT having to provide a reason or justification. On the other hand, e Harmony makes available a toll-free phone number AND a live-chat window. They have fake profiles or profiles of people who have already cancelled their membership and then RSVP classes these so-called profiles as matches to you. It starts off by you messaging your so-called match and then the "profile" gives you a positive reply making out that they are interested in you which makes you purchase stamps from RSVP in order for you to send them an e-mail and talk about yourself in more detail. The write up is nothing more than an rsvp advert, which this site's owner is parading as a 'Review'support is an oxymoron.Their stamp system results in your wasting your money on profiles that rsvp has not bothered to vet via any means: e.g.Russian IP created profile for a Russia based girl.Searching is easy and offers all of the important attributes needed, including filtering out any members who have not signed onto the dating site for a period of time.If you live in Australia, are single and are looking for a partner online, then the dating site RSVP is one choice you should consider.You're a consumer and thankfully, a number of Australian consumer protection agencies can assist. On the rare occasion that you do hear back from their support, they're rude, ignore issues replying selectively to the points you've raised.