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There's probably a website just for you. Nesdale warns that a simple Google search isn't enough.
The top links will lead you to ads from major USA-based websites with virtually no Kiwis, or sites that are so hard to use that they're a waste of time. Then there are the sites that suck you in with gorgeous-looking members. Next thing you know, you've paid good money only to be spammed with messages from marketing bots, scammers, and Russian mail order brides.
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We'll start with NZDating, which is the cheapest of the three. It claims to have more thanmembers, and its free service will probably fulfil the needs of many.
Unlike other sites, you can freely send and receive messages to prospective lovers. Gold membership essentially gives you the ability to filter people you're interested in, bumps you to the top of search ratings, and marks you out as a "serious" member.
The downside is that the site's format is a little dated, and it has something of a reputation for sleaze. You're bound to stumble across some saucy R18 selfies, and ladies in particular will have to filter out a barrage of unsavoury chat-up lines.
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That's where FindSomeone claims to have a point of difference. That means Gold status is pretty much a must-have for guys, but not necessarily for ladies, who can play the waiting game.
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That being said, he reckons Gold membership also serves as a sort of signal for both sexes. About half FindSomeone's 80, active singles are Gold members.
Naturally, Davies doesn't think you can put a price on love.
Almost a third of members leaving the site report that they have actually found somebody: Finally, there's the local branch of Match. The company didn't respond to request for comment, so we don't know how many Kiwis are members or what sort of success rates it has.