Your Safety

Our website is a dating & community and we want to foster a sense of trust and friendship with all our members.

However, please remember that it never hurts to be careful. If you do meet anyone on our site and wish to meet up,

1. please Let friends or family members know where you're going and when you'll be home and keep them regularly updated.

2. Meet in a public place with lots of people around, don’t be tempted to meet at your date’s house.

2. Use your own transportation to get to and from the date.

3. Watch your alcohol intake and don’t leave your drink unattended.

4. Keep your purse, wallet, phone, and personal items with you.

5. Take your fully charged mobile phone with you.

6. Leave at any time if you feel uncomfortable, remember your safety comes first.

Creating your online dating profile: protect your identity and personal information,

Be Anonymous

- Choose a username that doesn’t let everyone know who you are. Don't include your surname or any other identifying information such as your place of work either in your profile or when you first make contact.

- Remember that overtly sexual, provocative or controversial usernames could attract the wrong kind of attention.

- Keep contact details private. Stay in control when it comes to how and when you share information. Don't include your contact information such as your email address, home address, or phone number in your profile or initial communications. Take things slowly and share more information when you feel comfortable doing so. It is impossible to get back information once you have given it away.

- Stop communicating with anyone who attempts to pressure you into providing your personal or financial information or who seems to be trying to trick you into providing it. If this happens to you, contact the admin immediately to not only protect yourself but other users too.

Password & Security

- Be careful when accessing your account from a public or shared computer so that others can't view or record your password or personal information.

- Be wary of opening email attachments from someone you have only just met - Ensure that you keep your internet security software up to date.

Connecting With New People Online

Get to know people, take your time and trust your instincts. Act with caution and learn more about someone before contacting him or her outside of the dating site. Our dating services run mail and chat so you can get to know people in a safer and [monitored/controlled] way. To protect you, whilst using our platform and the added security it gives. If and when you do decide to share an e-mail address think about creating a separate and anonymous email address.

Take Your Time

Take Your Time - Sometimes when you're excited about someone, your instincts can be confused by strong feelings. Take care and take your time when you talk about yourself. You don’t need to give out your life-story the first time you chat – and you shouldn’t. There will be plenty of time to share such details if your relationship develops.

Be Responsible and do your own Research

- There is a limit to an online dating provider’s ability to check the backgrounds of users and verify the information they provide. We cannot do criminal records check on every user. And a person can become a problem without having a record. Therefore, don't get a false sense of security because you're on a dating site; do your own research to learn more about someone and make informed decisions before you decide to meet. Check out the person you're interested, do a web search to see if there are other records of the person online and if possible use google image search to check the profile photos.

Money Requests Are Your Red lights,

- Why would someone need to borrow money off somebody they have never met, or only just met? There is no reason for anyone to ask you for money or your financial information, whatever sad or sob story they give. Always keep your bank and account information private. Stop all contact immediately and report the matter to the Admin.

Report Unacceptable or Suspicious Behavior

- Nobody should have to put up with offensive, insulting and threatening behavior online any more than they should or would if talking to someone in a bar or cafe. Trust your instincts and immediately stop communicating with anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable or apprehensive. Never feel embarrassed to report a problem to Admin.

Play it safe when you meet face-to-face

Be smart and stay safe. Going on a date with someone new is an exciting step in a relationship, but continue being careful. Even if you feel you have become closer to someone via email and phone, you should still remember that this person is largely a stranger to you. Therefore it is important that when meeting someone in person, whether it is your first or fifth date, you take precautions and consider these dos and don'ts.

Be safe and smart.

Agree on what you both want from it before you meet up. Don’t feel pressured to meet before you’re ready or for any longer than you’re comfortable with – a short first date is fine.

The safest plan is to meet somewhere public and stay somewhere public. Make your own way there and back and don’t feel pressured to go home with your date. If you feel ready to move to a private environment, make sure your expectations match your date’s, we would strongly recommend you stay in a public place on your first encounter, make your own travel arrangements, to and from your date, Never let your date pick you up at you're home address or place of work. Make sure you take you're fully charged mobile with you.

Don’t feel bad about cutting a date short if you’re not keen. You don’t owe the other person anything, no matter how long you’ve been chatting or what’s been suggested.

We want our users first meeting, to be a wondering experience, if for any reason this wasn't the case, for instance, the person didn't look like their profile image, their behavior was aggressive, or threatening. report it to the police, Let Admin know immediately. so we can remove them off the site.