RSVP's expert dating consultants hear these horror stories over and over again and it always makes us wonder why more people don’t opt for a safer way of finding love. Traditional methods of making sure people know where you are when heading out on a date and checking in regularly are good practice. There are also new apps for those going dating, with built-in features for safe zones, check-ins and panic alarms to keep your loved ones up-to-date and sure that you are safe. But, I can’t help but feel that we don’t put enough emphasis on personal safety.
I am all for safer dating and anything that assists us in staying safe in a world full of hidden dangers. In life, what’s free is generally free for a reason: there’s a trade-off. Free dating is free because there’s no-one checking the person you are meeting really is who they say they are; there’s no-one ensuring that the person you’re chatting to on a site isn’t a criminal in some far-off land. Much better in my book is to invest a little in your own safety up-front so you do not have the fear of what could go wrong on that eagerly-awaited first date. By using an accredited professional matchmaking service like RSVP, you can be safe in the knowledge that whether you are heading out on a date with your own hand-picked introduction or attending one of our hosted singles events, people you meet have been met personally by one of our expert dating consultants and that they have agreed to behave accordingly.
Why not let our expert dating consultants put your safety first and introduce you to other like-minded, single people who have been vetted and approved to join our exclusive dating agency and singles club with one goal in mind – to find the one. If you would like to find out more about our services and how we work, contact our friendly team today.