It was at an RSVP function at City Tattersalls in 2014 that I met a man who conned me out of K within less than a month of meeting.

Less than two years after my traumatic encounter with Steve I met the man of my dreams, a gorgeous Peruvian guy.

I've since travelled to Peru twice, met his family, visited Machu Picchu and we're now engaged and in the process of renovating our new home.

They simply did it the day prior and only hours before I tried to cancel.

The site is awful to navigate and offers no value for money.

Shopping around, as the grass is always greener and way too much choice.

Take a look at the Top 100 - same old faces - the blokes on there have been listed for months (most likely fake profiles) or they enjoy the ego trip - none have any intention to meet !

For anonymity's sake, we'll call him Eros, and what he has created is nothing short of god-like: a way for the tech savvy to exploit loopholes in the dating site RSVP to get more dates with people you actually like.

This is how to hack a dating site to your advantage.

If you report misleading photos to RSVP they RESIST with: Due to RSVP terms and conditions and they will not verify photos.

Basically RSVP is allowing fraudulent behavior because the result is always RSVP's financial gain.

It's a flirty way of letting users know that you're interested in them.