Generally people not paying for a service are not going to take it as serious.
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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.
With regards to oasis active this tradeoff comes in the form of banner ads, fewer features and potentially a lower standard membership base.
Now that’s not to say oasis active membership is of a lower standard than match or other sites but with any free service you are going to have to contend with a higher level of scammers.
My biggest grievance with this site was completing the oh-my-god-how-long-is-this-compatilbility-matching-system-questionnaire, only to be booted off the site when I selected ‘separated’ as my relationship status at the end of the questionnaire.
It would have been far easier if I were told this up front. We've been together for 4 years & still going strong... reviewed on Aug 20, 2014 , viewed 8 times I was compelled to write a review after reading so many negative comments about RSVP…because I actually quite like the site (sorry guys don’t throw eggs at me for that!) Some reviewers have clearly had bad experiences on RSVP.Neither is necessarily better, they are just different user experiences. After trying RSVP and e Harmony (amongst other sites) my preference was the targeted approach of RSVP where I could view all members and be only restricted by my own search parameters.However, I also understand the appeal of e Harmony.That said it is free and someone has to pay the piper.