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If a man is unsure what he wants, is only interested in playing around, married or there for the wrong reason, he *may* be less likely to pay for a subscription.
However a paid site doesn’t necessarily mean better quality of matches! I would suggest having two sites on the go – one paid and one free.
a James Bond type of chap with heaps of cash, no wonder they are all still single, lots of very very shallow people My advice to guys is don't go near it, I'd say 80 % of the profiles are fake. You will get a Drop dead gorgeous woman hit you with a kiss, then you use dollars to message her, then you get a reply not interested, Hello! I sent them an email saying what's with the fake profiles, they replied don't be disrespectful or you will be banned.
I could tell it was an admin staff just giving me random answers and not even talking just replying boringly to my questions.
Once I asked to meet up for coffee, there was no reply at all.
Over 1.3 million profile likes and 250,000 conversations are exchanged between Australians every day, with a focus on casual dating and friendships.
Online dating has established itself as the third most popular** way to meet potential partners in Australia, after meeting through family/friends and work.
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.