Safety advice

Security advice

TIPS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

As a leader in online dating for only Hearts-Connected, safety is the most important aspect of our business. Here are some tips that everyone should follow while dating – both online and offline.

The following safety tips are applicable to Hearts-Connected including, but not limited to Hearts-Connected.com

Keep your experience fun and safe event.

FRAUD AWARENESS:

tips

Safety advises for an offline meeting

Long Distance Meetings

 

Safety – email, chat messaging and meeting strangers

We take your security very seriously Hearts-Connected and you should too. We make every effort to ensure Hearts-Connected remains safe and have one of the most difficult processes that link a dating site, each profile is manually controlled by a real person. You can help by ensuring that:

NEVER share personal or financial information with people you do not know. Be sure to follow these guidelines at all times when you meet new people:

USE COMMON SENSE

Do not say where you live or work; make sure that you do not disclose your personal information!

Do not become Facebook friends with someone you do not know (they will access everything about you!), Never date at home (or someone else) and do not accept a lift. Watch your drink, plan your date in a public place and tell people where you are going and with whom.

They are cautious – contact someone through this site gives you the ability to message or talk to someone prior meeting them and plan your date SAFE. You are responsible for your own safety, however, we have prepared some guidelines for you …

You can also report confidentially any profile you think are inappropriate, or if someone’s behavior is inappropriate / weird / rude when messaging. Email us at Support@hearts-connected.com and we will contact you as soon as possible.

FIRST:

Only use the messaging system at Hearts-Connected – it is safe, safe, and does not give away your personal data. Do not mention personal information on your profile or your messages (phone number, email address, address, etc.).

When you go to an appointment:

You will need to share contact information at once. Create and use an account free email like Gmail or Yahoo for emails (and do not use your full name in the email!) Using a mobile phone number that can be easily changed if it does can not only block your phone number displayed on the phone of someone else.

Do not continue to correspond if you think that someone is a suspect:

Being dishonest with you.

Trying to force you for dating, or find your personal information.

Ignoring your questions.

Incompatible with their information (look back through your correspondence with them to review)

And then look forward to … Date:

Try to arrange a double date – better to go with a group of friends.

They meet in a public place that you are familiar with. Do not isolate yourself in a place where there is no one to call, if a room begins to empty, look elsewhere where there are many people around you.

No arrangements to be picked up or brought home by your date, make your own travel arrangements.

Tell a trusted friend about your date: transmit the information you have on the person you are planning to meet, ask them to be available in case you need some help. Tell them where you are going, how long you expect to be, give them a call during the date, and when he came home alone safely.

Take a mobile phone with you (at full battery charge and with full credit)

Maintain control and trust your instincts; do not worry about appearing rude or overly cautious, anyone worth dating understands. If you are asked to do something that you do not agree with you must say no and be aggressive with your statement.

Make sure to keep an eye on your drink.

Tell us if you met someone who seems to be dishonest, or someone who makes you feel uncomfortable.

Report any problems you may have by clicking here! or email us at Support@swetdate.com

And finally – you’ve had a few dates? MAKE SURE TO USE A CONDOM!

Go slowly – be honest – tell us if you feel uncomfortable!

Internet dating scammers.

Internet dating is a great way to meet new people here at SD, we make every effort to ensure that people who are on our site are genuine and beautiful, just like you! Unfortunately, internet dating in general has experienced some occasions there have been attempts to use online dating sites as a platform to carry out scams. SD we have a very strict procedures to ensure that everyone who joins is authentic, it is very unlikely to ever find someone like that on our website. However, we are not doing our job properly if we are not aware of the potential risks and what to do if you encounter a suspicious profile is not authentic.

 

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR:

Maybe they have an impressive and well-made picture, which seems to have been taken from a catalog. Maybe they have an amazing description, which makes them look like the date you’ve always wanted, but did not really give precise details of their lives, and then once you are in conversation with them, they profess eternal love after only two messages. Maybe they talk to you about their previous partner or even their child (ren) (these people have no conscience about how to pull your heartstrings) died tragically in an accident. While the conversation continues, they request for money. Maybe they were abroad, assaulted and now have no money to go home. Or maybe they have a fake business idea that they would like  you to invest in or even an unhealthy family member who needs treatment which they cannot afford to pay for …

The rule number one (not only the online dating, but Internet in general) is:

Never send money!

Avoid Scammers

Hearts-Connected indicate you’re speaking with a scammer:

The person mentions being “trapped” in a foreign country and requires your help purchasing plane tickets or sending money.

The person asks to borrow money for other reasons – even if it’s just a small amount. Never, ever loan or give money to someone you’ve just met, regardless of their story or circumstances!

They seem to be quite vague about themselves – what they do for a living, their interests, etc.

They appear to fall in love with you within a couple of weeks. Always believe in love at first sight, but be cautious too if they want you to show your love by having you to buy them a plane ticket or bus ticket to meet you.

Never send money to someone you just met online. Note that wiring money it is simply  sending cash: the sender is responsible for his or action and has no protection against loss. Con artists often insist that people transfer money, especially overseas, because it is almost impossible to reverse the transaction or trace the money. Do not send money to strangers or someone claiming to be in an emergency (and wants to keep the demand secret).

AND NUMBER TWO:

If it sounds too good to be true – For sure is!

Do not give your number or credit card bank

Do not share your personal information like your social security number, address, phone, etc.

There are some warning signs to watch for that may indicate that this is a scammer. Be aware of everything that …

They just seem too good to be true. Use your common sense works diligently to ensure our site is free of people miss-using the site. We have many security measures in place and constantly update and modify these measures. However, no system is 100% fool-proof, so the best way to avoid a scammer is to educate yourself on what a scammer might say or do.

What action to take if you think someone is a crook:

If you believe you’re chatting with a scammer on the site, contact us immediately so we may investigate further. If you believe you’ve met someone off of the site that might be doing something illegal, please contact the local authorities. Here are some telltale signs you can look for that might help you.

If you have any questions at all about a profile that you have seen or someone who interacts with you let us know immediately and have the police to check SD meeting. Support@sweetdate.com   email, giving us as much detail as possible and we will look   on your behalf.

Remember to keep your relatives and friends informed and tell one of them who you are going to meet, the meeting’s location and when you will come back.

Immediately ask to speak or chat in a different email or messaging services

Disappears mysteriously from the website, then reappears with a another name

Discussions on the “fate” or “destiny”

Declares being recently widowed

Requests your address pretending sending flowers or gifts

Writes excessive grammar and / or spelling errors

Pretend to be from Canada or US.A but now traveling, living or working abroad

Requests for money.

At Hearts-Connected much we care about our community, which is why we have a comprehensive fraud prevention team, different from many free dating sites, taking care of your protection. However, even with these preventive measures also ask for your assistance!

Any suspicious activity report is presented must be reported to us at: Support@Hearts-Connected.com

Tips for online dating and offline.

There is no substitute for caution when contacting people you do not know who want to meet you. You are in control of your online dating experience at any time – remain anonymous until you feel ready. Remember to always trust your intuitions. If you feel unsafe or threatened you must quit the communication and report the behavior immediately.

Protect your identity.

Do not share your real name, residence address, personal phone numbers,  email address, workplace or any other information to identify you while messaging or sending an e-mail until you feel having well-established a reasonable trust level of the other party.  Any personal or contact information should never be posted in your profile or user name.

Secure your access information online.

Be careful when accessing your account from a public or shared computer so that others are not able to view or record your password or other personal and/or confidential information. when you share your computer with others, you must disable your auto-sign option if you have linked an automatic login program or feature to your Hearts-Connected.com account.

Stay unidentified until you feel confident.

Enjoy the technology used in the member by member on Hearts-Connected.com protecting your identity until you decide to reveal it. This technological innovation works in all email and instant messaging.

Getting to know the other person online before meeting them offline.

Use the tools available through Hearts-Connected that protect their anonymity to get to know someone before meeting them in person. For more information about someone, we recommend using Internet resources and accessible government.

Getting to know with the other individual online before meeting them in person.

Utilize the tools accessible through Hearts-Connected that secure your anonymity to learn more about the other individual before meeting them face to face. In the event that you might want more information about somebody, we advise utilizing the internet search and government resources accessible to everybody.

Abusive users must be Blocked.

Block any member who carries on or treats you in an injurious way and report the conduct to Hearts-Connected instantly. Quit discussing right away with any individual who requests you for personal or financial related information. You can block and report problems or violations of the terms and conditions of any profile page, your email or instant message window. Your participation will help us keep the community fun and pleasant.

Cases of terms of utilization violations include:

Minors who use the service

Members sending harassing or hostile emails/instant messages

Members approaching you for donations or cash.

Members acting improperly in the wake of meeting of-line (face to face)

Fake account registration or profiles.

Spam or sales, for example, solicitations to call 1-900 numbers or attempts to sell products or services

Copyright Infringement of Hearts-Connected

Any other violation of Hearts-Connected.com defined policies as stipulated in the Terms of Use.

Safety Advise for Meeting in person.

Excitements are high In the first gatherings, in any case, dependably avoid potential risk and always utilize the suggested rules.

Always meet in a public place.

Make sure to meet for the first time in a crowded public area such as a restaurant, or a movie theater.

Never in a private location or remotely.

 

Tell your friends.

Tell at least two friends or relatives about your plans and when and wherever you go. Make sure you have your mobile phone with you.

Remain sober.

Try not to do anything that would disable your judgment and cause you to settle on a choice you could lament.

Back to and from the first meeting.

Just in case things go wrong, you must be in control of your own transportation – even if you take a taxi.

Try not to leave your own things unattended.

You would prefer not to hazard your personal information having them stolen. On the off chance that you drink, keep your beverage with you at all times so it can be controlled.

Remain in an open public space.

It is best not to come home with your date or take them back to yours on the first date. If your pressured by your date, make an end to the date and leave immediately.

Meetings in a Long Distance

long distance meetings raise safety awareness issues to consider. Remember these tips.

As they “If it sounds too good to be true, it presumably is.”  Keep in mind that, with regards to your personal safety and well-being, Keep in mind that it’s not just OK to snoop, it’s your obligation. Here are a few extra rules:

Staying in a hotel.

If you cannot afford a hotel, stay away. Do not stay in the residence of another person.

Ride a taxi or car rental to get to the airport terminal.

Regardless of the possibility that the individual you are meeting volunteers to give a ride from the air terminal, do not travel in an individual vehicle with somebody you’ve never met.

Do not disclose the location of your hotel.

The person meeting should respect their privacy until they know.

It is very important to us that the site continues to be a happy great community, so absolutely do not tolerate fraudulent nonsense.

Please report any threat or harmful behavior immediately. Remember that if a user harasses the site there are probably others are also discussed and their responsibility to yourself and your fellow users protect.

It is recommended to report any harmful behavior danger or unsafe conduct quickly. Keep in mind if a of this website is harassing you there are likely others who have being targeted by the  member and it is your obligation to protect yourself and your fellow members.

Please report any activity that breaks the Hearts-Connected.com Terms of Use conditions.

All reports must be sent to:

Support@Hearts-Connected.com

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