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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.The women online seem two-faced, completely hollow and devoid of any imagination.Most are after preferably 'hot guys' with ooodles of cash and no children despite the fact that they themself have children.I joined to find a potential partner but decided that it didn't really work in that way.People seemed to prefer using it as a social site for chatting rather than actually seriously considering a relationship, in my opinion. I'm actually a regular here but not willing to post under my usual alias as I don't really want to be identified.The other thing I noticed on paid sites is the quality of members.
I've noticed over the past years there has been an influx of fake nails and dolls with fake hair, lips and other artifical aesthetics who want the world handed to them on a silver platter...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.I know only of Oasis Active and Plenty Of Fish so far.I wish they were being actively advertised to people here in Perth – the main downside is not many people know about them!