Surrender2Luv Dating app
Date Safety
Last Updated: February 14th, 2018
Your Safety is our priority and there are certain safety steps that you should follow while dating – both online and offline. Our request is that you read this tips and follow the guidelines for your own good and safety.


Know your Date 
Communicate through the app  and  get to know members online before meeting them in person. don't feel preasure to communicate off the app immediately. Once you're confortable and decide to meet have a conversation over the phone to get a better feeling of the other person before yuor date. Do your due diligenceand only meet in person when it feels right for you.

Inform your Friends and Family of Your dating Plans always
Make sure you have your cell phone with you all times and charged. Tell a family member or a friend of your dating plans,  when, with whom and where you’re going. 

Date in a Public Place 
Choose a public place you're confortable with for your first date and stay there the entire time. Never meet in a private or remote location, and never at your place. If your date pressures you, end the date and leave at once.

Take Yourself to and from the Date
If things end up not working out; being in control of your own transportation gives you the ability to leave any time, keeps you safer and puts you in control. 

Alcohool consumption
Watch your beverage(s) at all times so it's not altered with synthetic substances. Consumption of alcohol and/or other drugs can impair your ability to protect yourself, your judgment and could put you at risk. It’s important to keep a clear mind and avoid anything that might put you in danger. 
If you choose to engage in sexual activity is your responsibility to protect yourself - you and your partner should use condoms and other mechanismsthat reduce the risk of contracting an STI. Please keep in mind, you can still get certain STIs, like herpes or HPV from contact with your partner’s skin even when using a condom.

Report Suspicious Behavior ASAP
Please report anyone that tries to violate your rights or  our terms of use.
Examples of terms of use violations include:
Member sending harassing or offensive messages
Asks you for money or donations
Member behaving inappropriately after meeting in person
Minors using the platform.
Attempts to sell products or services, spam or solicitation.
Fraudulent registration or profiles.

Use the app Wisely
You can block and report concerns about any suspicious member  anonymously at any time.  Keep conversations on the app initially until you're confortable enought to meet and move to the next level.

Personal Information
Never share personal information, such as: your credit card number, bank information, social security number or  your address to strangers that you haven't met yet. Remember that we will never send you an email or any type of communication asking for any personal information including your username and password.

Financial Information
Even if the person claims to be in an emergency, report any individual that requets you to send them money,  especially overseas or via wire transfer. Wiring money is like sending cash: the sender has no protections against loss.