Internet dating safety tips advice
We have a highly specialised Fraud Prevention Team that works hard to protect you and others on the site.However, even with our hard work, we also need your help! Stewart recommends Match.com, Ok Cupid, Tinder, JDate and Christian Mingle, which are all owned by reputable, large companies.Among independent sites, Stewart cites Hinge, Coffee Meets Bagel, How About We, e Harmony, Zoosk and Plenty Of Fish as being “large enough to have good policies in place.” Although these larger websites don’t necessarily have more trustworthy users, you can at least rely on the sites to keep your information safe.
Dating sites and apps have gotten increasingly popular among college students like us over the last few years.
Get to know them first It can be a good idea to message and get to know a bit about each other before meeting up.
It can help to give you a sense of who they are – and whether you have things in common.
The vast majority of people using dating services, are there with good, honest intentions. At the risk of sounding like a killjoy, it’s important to stop for a minute and make sure you’re aware of the pitfalls and risks.
Here is our advice, for using dating services, safely: One of the golden rules of online dating is don’t exchange personal information.