At RSVP it is important to us that dating is a fun and safe experience for you. RSVP has worked closely with industry bodies including the ACCC, Stay Smart Online and the Federal and State police for over 17 years. We are committed to providing you with a secure environment to meet people and treat any suspicion of fraudulent behaviour very seriously. As well as continually monitoring the site for unusual behaviour, we manually check every photo on the site and use an array of technologies to detect unusual behaviour or false profiles. Unfortunately, no matter how vigilant we are there will always be a small number of instances where someone makes their way onto the site, even for a short time, with disingenuous intentions.


Use good judgment and be cautious when deciding to click on any URL links. In particular, be aware of links that lead to web pages which look similar or identical to the eharmony homepage, including its log-in fields. These links are typically sent as attempts to “phish” for log-in information from users in order to compromise user accounts. – Not familiar with “Phishing”? Please visit our help pages

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Have a backup plan when meeting someone for the first time. Have your own transport or way home. Tell someone where you are meeting, and share your details, such as a phone number with a friend.  It’s even safer to take a friend with you on the first meeting. If you feel uncomfortable on a first meeting, make up an excuse and leave (‘Sorry I can’t stay long … I have a meeting in the morning’). You don’t have to stay in a situation to be polite.
w I'll explain why this is not a good value IMHO. The girls: Once you've signed and Elitesingles has secured your monetary stash it will probably be the first time you'll find out you only get 20 girls to browse/day (That's right I did say 20!!!!!) In other words if you are shorter than 1.80m (apparently this is the minimum height requirement by the majority of Internet girls!!) photogenically challenged or your Ferrari 488 GTB isn't in one of your photos you probably won't get many likes and all you'll have to go by each day is 20 potential matches. (Talk about slim pickings). Now because you are willing to trade more of your hard earned $ in the expectation you'd get a higher % of quality candidates you're probably curious just how good this promise land inhabited by like minded professional women really is? After all you will be spending 30 minutes of your life answering lots of silly questions and surely Elitesingles magical love algorithm will show you exactly what you're looking for? Well let me fill you in:
Scammers use online communication to draw victims closer, to gain their trust and develop the relationship. Stay on the dating site to communicate with your potential date until you decide you’re ready to meet face-to-face. Resist talking to your prospective date via email. Often scammer profiles do not stay on the dating site for long. Scammers will continue the relationship via email, and if you’ve let them know your email address, they can potentially still contact you after they’ve left the dating site (for emailing you malware or providing to other scammers to target you).
Players are just after one-night stands, so they play the field. They often feature on many dating sites at the same time. They may be frequently unavailable, citing lame excuses, especially on Fridays and Saturdays. They may also suddenly contact you quite late for a ‘booty call’. This is fine if it’s what you want. It is a good idea though, to ask some questions so you know what they are looking for, and you can be sure you are both looking for the same thing.

Use good judgment and be cautious when deciding to click on any URL links. In particular, be aware of links that lead to web pages which look similar or identical to the eharmony homepage, including its log-in fields. These links are typically sent as attempts to “phish” for log-in information from users in order to compromise user accounts. – Not familiar with “Phishing”? Please visit our help pages
Since its debut in the 90s, online dating has transformed from a small community into one of the most popular ways to meet new people. It’s not just the scope that has changed – dating sites have refined their algorithms to help you connect with the best matches, and to do so in the safest way possible. We’ve created a few tips to help you find safe dating services, as well as steps you can take on your own to stay safe while dating online.
You know that feeling you get when you know something isn’t quite right? If your date can’t answer simple questions about where he works or acts super shady, chances are something weird is going on. “Listen to what your gut is telling you,” says Mills. And that goes for behaviors too. If he’s already getting on your nerves and it’s only the first date that’s another indicator that you’re just not going to work.

With more than 80% of its members holding either a bachelor's, master's, and/or doctorate degree, EliteSingles.com has established itself as the premier dating site for educated professionals — specifically those who are looking for a long-term partner. EliteSingles is dedicated to ensuring that members have a safe, efficient, and fun online dating experience from start to finish. Its Secure Fraud Detection System keeps fake profiles off the site, while its in-depth 200-question Personality Test informs its matches so singles find someone who is compatible with them in every way.

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