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The site was established in 2002, originally available only in Russia.

In 2004 the number of active users reached 1 million with daily sign-ups at over 7,000.

more about Nadezhda from Moscow I'm friendly, loving, caring lady, who is looking for her soulmate here, i'm sure that if you read this now, you can be my fate. I'm not interested in a person for virtual relationships. more about Viktoriya from Kiev I am a very kind and tender person. more about Svetlana from Berdyansk I'm serous in my search of beloved one, my soul mate, my future husband.

I am optimistic and positive woman too with good sense of humor. I'm ready for create a great, full of love, understanding, happiness family. more about Marina from Kharkov Over 10,000 personal ads of beautiful Russian brides.

Daily about 2 million unique users were visiting the site, with more than 100 thousand users online at any time.

In July 2011, the structure of the site was changed: all registrations needed to be confirmed via mobile phone number.

By 2005, the site was reporting an estimated 4-5 million users, with the FINAM Investment Company purchasing a controlling interest in the company, as its service was rolled out to Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, the USA and Israel etc.

In 2006, site strategy changed, with a new approach of consolidating its position in the market by process of partner acquisition and audience growth.

After the rebranding, the old site works “like a partner” of Wamba system.Getting to know Russian brides in their home city is essential to the process: most Russian women do not qualify for tourist visas to western countries.Plus you really cannot get to know Russian brides unless you spend time with them in their home environment.This helped to reduce spam, but also saw a reduction in site traffic. I’ve visited many countries and places so I can chat on many themes with my man and he will always feel me as the best woman in the wh... more about Anastasia from Kharkiv I do not want to sound rude, but if you're here for games, go past.

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