Postive single dating

Something tells me you guys know you’re a monopoly and are taking advantage of desperate people with STDs looking for love and that makes you sick POS’s.

I’m working on an app that will actually charge a fair price and will actually work without constant glitches and will put you guys out of business because it’s completely unfair how much money you charge yet we do not get quality in return. It’s a scam and I will not stop until I expose and deface this app for the scam that you are! Other sites make a person take a live picture to verify their id. He said he loved me and maybe we could get married. He copied and paste lots of his messages maybe he was a child. FYI please even if a picture is hidden from view at least verify who is posting. Too many scammers out there please protect your members.

So please read on to learn more about Positive Singles and its free and paid capabilities.

As the homepage for the site (above) declares, the site hosts 15,000 daily active members and 120,000 conversations per day.

You can still visually scan the results for those with “HSV 1 or “HSV 2”, but the paid membership makes this a less time-consuming process.

While you can reply to messages you receive, you will also need a paid membership to send the first message to someone.

Of all the dating sites for singles with herpes, Positive Singles is arguably the most popular.

Positive is a dating site for people living with STDs of all kinds, but by allowing you to narrow your results you can only communicate people with the same STD as you (or any other you might be willing to accept).

Positive Singles is the original and No.1 STD / STI dating app for singles who are living with genital Herpes (hsv-2), Oral Herpes (hsv-1), Genital Warts, HPV and HIV / AIDS.

Positive Singles has been catering to singles with STDs for 15 years.

Having tried out both the free and paid account myself, I’ve also found that there is a large active community.

I was surprised to find many people who matched my criteria in my area.

The way around this is to “favorite” a member you like, which sends them a wink.