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Hi, does anyone have any experience with either h-ype or Tingler ? I am registered with both, but the h-ype site seems to be down recently.

Tingler is fairly new and free, though ive not had much success meeting anyone. Despite messaging several members, i get no response, and then they disappear from the site. Equally, when i do get an email to say that i have a message, when i log in, there is no message. I contacted tingler about this, and it seems it down to 'fake users'
This has happened 3 times and i'm starting to think the site is a waste of time.

So, what is the best way to meet someone in the same boat ? If 1in4 people have it, where is everyone ? Ok, i think its more like 1in10 in the UK, and i guess 80% of those dont have symptoms.
The last girl i met wasnt bothered by it, though she did have HSV1 orally. We split up for other reasons. So, maybe i will just keep trying non hsv people. I say non hsv people loosely, as the probably have one type or the other and dont even know it !

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Melx

Thanks for the feedback on the sites you've tried. I was reluctantly considering them, but seems they too are a also a waste of time :(

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Tulips40

I tried positive singles but you have to pay to message and im not paying for it! 

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islandhopper

Yeh, it does start to get quite expensive. I recently renewed my subscription for 3 months, as there was a member i liked and wanted to get in touch with. They never responded, so that was a waste of time.

Tingler is not bad, but there is no chat room. I'm wondering if its connected with h-ype, as around the same time that tingler appeared, the h-ype site went down. ..

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