A foreign marriage agency that assists men in finding beautiful Eastern European women interested in romance, long-term relationships and marriage. The site offers services such as language translation, travel assistance, and visa arrangements for a fee.
It's a Russian marriage site. You'll find lots of attractive female members. But the men joining the site need to pay to contact them.
BeHappy for marriage?
BeHappy is aimed squarely at those interested in meeting eastern European women for the purpose of marriage. As international relationships can be tricky, the site stays one step ahead offering many features that make getting to know a potential match anything but difficult.
One thing I did think was helpful is that there are plenty of hints and support for those considering marriage. The site not only provides a gift and flower service but, when you decide to finally meet in person, it provides a visa and travel arrangements as well as a range of other services.
In short, everything is created to make it as easy as possible to find, meet and get acquainted with the women there.
Finding a match
You can search for potential mates by using the search feature that displays brides by name, age or newest profile. The advanced search feature allows you to refine your matches by criteria such as age, location, English fluency, occupation and even hair color.
The "Talk Service" lets you talk to your chosen women live, with the assistance of a translator. This is however an expensive service costing $1.99 per minute, so it should be used only for serious contacts.
Members have no monthly memberships to maintain as the site uses a credit system instead.
In brief: Behappy2day.com is intended to deal specifically with international marriages in that it offers to help its members maintain their long distance relationship by offering help with travel and immigration issues.
The site has a helpful language feature that allows it to be viewed in English, Italian, Spanish, French and German.
dohijetetMay 26th, 2019
Tom_2462August 10th, 2010