SAFETY TIPS

Making a new connection can be exhilarating but always use caution when meeting or contacting someone new. Be sure to use your best judgment and always put your safety first, whether you are exchanging initial details or meeting in person.

  • Always meet in a public or crowded place.
  • Be wary of anyone who will not meet you in person after communicating for a long time.
  • Block and report anyone that violates our terms.
  • Chat on the phone several times before meeting for the first time – Make sure you know who to look for. 
  • Check out your connection on other social media groups or google – More information is always good. 
  • Control your transportation. Drive yourself or take public transportation when meeting!
  • Do not share any personal information until you feel comfortable to do so, including your schedule, place of work, profession, etc.
  • Don’t respond to requests for financial help – it never ends well. Check out helpful advice straight from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on their website .
  • Guard your drinks and personal belongings when meeting new people.
  • Keeping communications on the platform while you’re getting to know someone is the safest way to go. Users with ill intentions will try to move the conversation to another means right away.
  • Protect yourself if you consent to have sexual interactions. Make sure you know your Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) status.
  • Stay sober or stick to what you know and can handle. Nothing wrong with having a few drinks but do try to keep your limits in mind. Do not feel pressured to drink because the other party is drinking. It’s also a good idea to avoid taking drugs while with new people because drugs could alter your perception of reality.
  • Tell friends and family about the details of any plans with your connection, including where you will be, who will be with you and what time to expect you back.
  • Trust your instincts above all – get in touch with yourself and look at your surroundings.


Remember to end the outing early if you’re uncomfortable. Follow your instincts. You can always ask someone, like the server or bartender, for help. If you feel you are in immediate danger or need immediate assistance, call 911 or your local law enforcement agency as soon as possible.

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