The safety of our users is always one of our top priorities. We know that cruising and meeting others for sex can be fun, but it can also be dangerous – we urge our members to follow these safety precautions when sharing information or meeting in person:

Get to know the person: whether you’re chatting online or meeting in person, remember that people may include false information in their profile, so ask questions and take your time getting to know them.

Protect your personal information: avoid sharing personal details such as your last name, email address, home address, phone number, place of work or other identifying information with strangers. does not permit users to include this type of information on their public profiles.

Don’t feel pressured to disclose anything: immediately stop communicating with anyone that pressures you for personal or financial information or tries to trick you into revealing this kind of information.

Never send money to strangers: you should never send money to anyone you meet online, especially by wire transfer – even if the individual claims to be in an emergency.

Let a trusted person know if you’re going on a date: if you are meeting someone in person, let a family member or friend know where you’re going and when you expect to return.

Stay in control of the situation: make sure you have your own transportation arranged to and from a date (never agree to be picked up at your home) and meet in a public place with lots of people around, so you can get to know the person first. 

Block and report problem users: if anyone behaves towards you in a suspicious, offensive, harassing, threatening, or fraudulent manner, tries to sell you something or asks for money, block their profile and file a “Report to Moderator” using the buttons available on each webpage of

For more online dating safety information: please visit the Online Dating Association