Please make yourself familiar with the main safety rules on a dating website:
- Don't share confidential information. Don't share your mobile phone number, e-mail address, or social media profiles until you know the person well enough.
- Don't agree to help financially. Don't fall for the sentiment of pity — it's the feeling most of the scammers try to evoke. Don't share any financial data with the third parties and don't make any transfers even if the amount seems insignificant.
- Don't switch to other messengers. Chat to get to know the person better. Scammers often try to switch to other messengers to escape safety control. Also, fake users might not agree to have a video call.
- Don't share intimate photos. Because of safety reasons, our website doesn't allow sending pictures in the chat. If you like the person, and you switched to a messenger, it's not a good reason to share private information with them. Chat at least a couple of days. Your intimate photos might be used for blackmailing.
- Don't follow suspicious links. Trap links is a widely used practice among scammers. You might unintentionally infect your computer or smartphone with a virus that will disclosure your personal information such as passwords to the services you use and your payment information.
Don't worry you might offend someone by rejecting, blocking, or reporting them. Your safety is the main priority. If you don't feel comfortable, or you spotted some red flags described above — it's time to take measures.