If you feel uncomfortable, or even remotely suspicious, contact our Trust & Safety team straight away [email protected]– they’re here for you.
Meet in a busy, public place and don’t accept a lift Save secluded, midnight walks for later in your relationship.
When you do decide it’s time to get more intimate, remember to be safe and again make sure someone knows your plans.
If you ever need to contact us for trust and safety concerns we’re always here for you.
The Online Dating Association is a British trade body, that sets, regulates and enforces trust and safety standards in the online dating industry.
Members of the ODA agree to a Code of Conduct that covers how we all should protect users, their data and their privacy.
Secondly, where online fraud is concerned, a scammer is unlikely to meet with you in real life.
Let someone know what time you plan to be home, and if you live alone, check in with a friend at the end of the night.
There are a number of safety apps that you can download so a friend knows where you are at all times.
When you see the ODA mark on a dating website, you know they adhere to that code.
We are proud to be a founding member of the ODA as we believe our customers’ safety comes first.
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If someone repeatedly makes excuses why he or she cannot meet up with you, be cautious.