Qpid Network

The Qpid Network is a dating site operator with a number of websites in the Asian dating sector.

About the two best known of their sites are Chnlove and Thai Matches.

Chnlove is by far the biggest site. The site has over 10,000 profiles of Chinese ladies looking for marriage. Most will be seeking Western husbands, and so many call these ladies mail order brides.

Despite the name, don’t be fooled – there are some very high quality ladies on Chnlove. Many Chinese ladies work and study hard, and it’s not hard to find ladies on the site that have University educations.

Thai Matches is a much smaller Qpid Network site. Originally Chnlove also allowed you to look for Thai mail order brides. Sensibly the Thai ladies have now been moved to a separate dating site. This is advantageous since most men seeking Chinese brides will not be interested in Thai ladies.

Credits bought through the Qpid Network can be used on either Chnlove or Thai Matches. While theoretically a good system I’m not a fan of credits based dating sites. In my case, I was annoyed that my credits on the Qpid  Network expired because I didn’t use Chnlove for a few months.

Credits based dating sites are also very expensive, and I question why anyone would use such a dating site. It’s much cheaper to use a flat rate dating site. As far as Chinese dating sites go, flat rate sites include Chinese LoveLinks and Chinese Kisses. Thai dating sites with no credits based system include Thai Kisses and Thai LoveLines. All of these sites should cost less than $200 a year for an annual membership plan – if you’re really serious about finding an Asian wife then $200 won’t get you very far on a Qpid Network managed dating site.

6 thoughts on “Qpid Network

  • December 15, 2011 at 11:08 pm

    I am a prhotographer and have been a member in ChnLove for a while. Lots of the photos are not only socalled airbrushed. They are taken by professionals and manipulated to make the women appear with a rather caucasian and often much younger look.
    This is easily done in editing applications like “Portrait Professional”, where everyting can be shanged in a minute, like the shape of the face, the position of eyes, nose profile etc. And of cource removing even the smallest wrinkles to make any person appear like they are much younger.

  • March 2, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    Thanks – I did know that this goes on, especially in China.

    My Chinese girlfriend has a book of photos of her wearing Chinese and Korean dresses. The photos are so airbrushed I didn’t really recognise her at first!

    The webcam doesn’t lie though, it’s always a good idea to see your girl on webcam.

  • March 11, 2012 at 5:39 am

    I’ve been checking out the Qpid networks ChnLove (Asian) and CharmingDate (Russian) and am in disbelief over the vast number of hot women. Of course this is too good to be true with many women emailing you and instant messaging you all so you can pay 3.00 for 5min of chatting or $7.00 a reply email. Very tempting but from what I’ve read about it, totally scripted by impersonators.

  • July 9, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    The Qpid network is a scam. At least some of the profiles do not represent the people operating them. Many of the ladies are paid indirectly through agencies. As one of them (who I am still in contact with off there site) said to me I am not sure if there are any genuine ladies here. I have had this practice confirmed by three ladies I met through their network. It is looking very much like an international crime ring to me.

  • March 7, 2015 at 5:24 pm

    All these sites are fraudulent and border on human trafficking. Here’s how it works. The women are offered photos and access to the Qpid Network of men in other countries, if in return they generate revenue by sending out, with interpreter assistance if necessary, emails at $6 per depending on credit price), online chats (same price more or less) and especially expensive phone calls ($6 per minute more or less).
    Prove it to yourself like I did. Remove your photos and profile, put something derogatory in the profile, like I did saying the service is illegitimate and you are asking for a refund and more. You will still receive EMF emails from dozens of women who could not possibly know anything about you or have any interest in you!!
    Join me in asking the Federal Trade Commission to block this criminal enterprise from transacting business in the United States!

  • June 15, 2017 at 2:20 am

    damn,you would think if they were crimnals they would damn sure not post all this


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