RSVP is Australian owned, and offers a local customer support service, contactable by email 7 days a week.
We understand the importance of security and privacy to you, and we do everything possible to ensure you have a great online dating experience.
Of course I have a biased view based on my positive experience, but I feel the system on RSVP works well - you 'kiss'/ message someone for free - if they are interested - you make contact for a small fee.
Dare I say, I actually like the fact the site is not completely free. From my personal (female) experience, I found the cheaper and easier it was to meet on an online dating site, the more no-strings-attached-seekers and undesirables it attracted.
Our customer support team personally monitor and check all profiles and photos that are submitted.
There are numerous singles’ events that you can attend, as well as things like singles’ cruises and so much more.
Before this, I came across lots of flaky people, cheaters, sex addicts, men who want ego boost, men with unrealistic expectations, you name it! Those men on top 100 are mostly the ones who have stayed on rsvp for years?! True love needs devotion, vulnerability, compromise, understanding....unfortunately modern dating encourage serial dating, treating courtship like shopping practice. A photo doesn't really tell you much ,especially if is 5 years old! Admin support is minimum, change photos are so difficult, many profiles have no photos, i have 6 stamps there and they don't wanna refund me. And I don't want to see scenery, fishing or photos of your dog.
Some men told me they are not ready for a serious relationship, but got upset that I refused to meet up. people are dating someone still leave their profile on just in case. The abundant choice on rsvp and on other dating sites make it so easily for online daters thinking that it's easy to find love just like buying veggies at grocery stores...someone better should be out there somewhere, no need to work for relationship anymore. No quality man/woman would bother to put up with you if s/he knows they are judging with others in your life or don't receive the respects that they deserve. rsvp is probably good for some quick flings but for meaningful relationships, I would say no. Fake profiles who reply yes to your kiss so you buy a stamp and write to them and the next day there gone, emailed RSVP and received and electronic reply saying it not our policy to refund stamps!! You contact people using your stamps, only to never get a reply or they are waiting on the next big thing, just a click away - everyone is disposable.
but it get better one woman out of no where shows up in a Facebook profile who doesn't even live in Brisbane but Victoria and there are current photos of her with her boyfriend in a relationship but she is replying to kisses saying to send a message and then removes herself, i reported this to RSVP twice and zero response. Take a look at the Top 100 - same old faces - the blokes on there have been listed for months (most likely fake profiles) or they enjoy the ego trip - none want to meet, or if they do - a shag only, thank you very much!
The only girl who spoke to me barely spoke English and wanted to find out how much money I have.