DATING SAFETY TIPS
DATING SAFETY TIPS
DATING SAFETY TIPS BY Twinger2 EDITING TEAM – 3rd JANUARY 2022
Message from Twinger2 about COVID-19
At twinger2 we care about your health and safety. Twinger2 has always been a safe place to meet new people and start meaningful relationships. We encourage you to stay informed and keep in touch with people, while enjoying your search for that special someone. In addition to our safety tips below, for more information on COVID-19, please visit the World Health Organization website at https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
As you begin your Twinger2 journey, we want you to have a safe and enjoyable experience on our site and in the app.
Our Customer Trust and Customer Care teams have compiled a list of tips and tricks to find the most relevant ones while staying safe online. If you have any questions, please refer to our support pages at support.Twinger2.com.
Our Trust & Safety team is working hard to make sure you have the best possible information. We often review accounts for inconsistent or suspicious behavior. When you speak or meet a match, do not ignore your natural instincts. In any case, your judgment and intuition are needed to protect yourself.
USE THE PROTECTIVE MESSAGE OF Twinger2
Always be on the lookout for someone who immediately asks to remove the connection from the Twinger2 site. For users who do not have good intentions, try to remove interaction from the Twinger2 site, as soon as possible.
NEVER BE INFLUENCE OF FINANCIAL OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
Never give out your credit card number or bank account information.
Never share your Social Security Number, mother’s name or any other confidential information such as your address which can be used to access your financial information.
Never send money or goods to anyone.
Please refrain from contacting the same thing that pressures you to this information and report the user to Twinger2. You can view how to report similar here. This will forward your concerns to our Trust & Safety team for review.
USE YOUR JUDGMENT WELL
Always rely on your judgment when you agree. If you feel that the user has malicious intent, it is best to be safe and disconnect. Here is a list of the most common red flags if you have met a new person:
Applications to be from the U.S. but currently resides, works or travels abroad.
Claims deal with an emergency that requires your help, on items (i.e., computers or gift cards) or money.
It suddenly disappears from the site and reappears under a different name.
It wants relationships to develop faster than comfortable.
Messages are incorrectly written and quickly ascend from the platform to the deep connection.
You are asking the wrong questions.
Tells incompatible or exaggerated stories.
It gives vague answers to some questions.
It urges you to lower your standards.
He always blames others for problems in his life.
It persists in getting too close, too fast.
Claims to die soon.
PROTECT YOUR PUBLIC ACCOUNT
If you access your account using a public or shared computer, be aware of your surroundings so that others can view or record your password or other personal information.
KEEP YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION SAFE
Never include your last name, email address, home address, phone number, work location or any other identifiable information in your profile or email messages during a timely communication. You can use our secure Twinger2 Messaging process to protect your identity.
Once you have provided personal information, you cannot return it.
We encourage you to do your own research before meeting the game in person. These types of searches may include:
Type your game name in the search engine
Searching social media profiles, etc.
Pay attention to the details your game is sharing with you. If something goes wrong, trust your judgment and stop contacting them.
NOTE URL Links to Emails
If you receive a message with a link (most of the time directing viewing images), please note that Twinger2 has no place other than a profile, so you can view photos.
Use good judgment and caution when deciding to click on any URL links. In particular, beware of links that lead to web pages that look similar to or similar to the homepage of Twinger2, including login fields. These links are often sent as an attempt to “steal sensitive information” in order to obtain login information from users in order to corrupt user accounts. – Not familiar with the “crime of stealing sensitive information”? Please visit our help pages
Report any theft of sensitive information to our Trust & Safety team by reporting user to Twinger2. You can view how to report similar here.
Personal meetings are fun. Have fun and check the level of chemistry you share with your date while keeping your safety as your first priority. Here are some tips to help you feel more comfortable when meeting your personal matches:
For the first few days, meet your date in a public place. If your date pressures you to meet at their home or other place, please cancel the date.
When it comes to drug and alcohol abuse, do not let your date pressure you to do something you are not comfortable with. Know your limits and be confident in your decisions.
Use your transportation, so you can travel if you want to. Never accept downloads from your home and where possible, drive them yourself or use the ride sharing app.
Tell at least one friend or family member about your plans and when you will be back. Arrange to join them after each first few dates.
Manage a fully stocked mobile phone with emergency numbers that are easily accessible.
Make sure your wallet and any drinks are always in sight.
NOTICE OF END OF THE GAME
In the event that Twinger2 removes the same / closes suspicious activity account or misconduct or false information, you may be notified by email to stop contacting the person in question. We strongly encourage all our members to review emails received from Twinger2 to ensure that these communications are received as soon as possible.
KEEP IT GOOD
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 | http://eventionlifeline.org/chat/
RAINN National Sexual Offenses Number
Call 800.656.4673 | https://hotline.rainn.org/online
National Domestic Violence Number
1-800-799-SAFE (7233) | https://www.thehotline.org/
National Center for Sexual Harassment Services
1-877-739-3895 | https://www.nsvrc.org/
National Human Trafficking Number
1-888-272-7888 or text 233733 https://humantraffickinghotline.org/
FBI Online Crime Complaints Center
LGBT National Relief Center
1-888-843-4564 | https://www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org
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