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06-Apr-2017 04:40

Flirts – which are essentially the same as ‘winks’ – are still free to send but as far as we understood they too will disappear from new Oasis and will be replaced by Secret Flirt, which means both parties have to send each other the Secret Flirt before they are notified of each other’s interest.

Well, right now Oasis has three levels of membership – free (with tokens), silver and gold.

It did have an ‘approve or decline’ contact service which was at least one layer of screening although a little frustrating if you initiate the contact.

It was easy to block people and it had a social feel as it provided a list of chat contacts.

Generally people not paying for a service are not going to take it as serious.

In terms of the ads on oasis active I did find them somewhat distracting with banner ads on every page and some quite strategically placed below search results so they were quite easily confused with actual results.

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)If you’re looking for a serious relationship then we recommend trying the best paid for dating sites like Match or e Harmony as they just offer better service for the money you pay plus people often invest more time in building their profile when it costs them something.

So far Oasis has has a so-called ‘Tokens’ system in place to be used by free members if they want to send messages (or personalised contact requests as they are known on the site) but as we understand from their site they are in the process of removing the token-system as it was overly complicated. You have to pay 100 tokens for personalised contact requests (e.g messages) to change your profile team etc, and it is just too messy and a little annoying.



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