It’s one of the most important parts of ClickDate’s policy to care about our users’ health, safety and security. ClickDate is always used to be a secure platform to find new friends, meet new people and start the desired relationships.
Our message to our users is the following: keep a social distance, especially our platform gives you an opportunity to search your best match online. Follow ClickDate to know some dating tips and always be informed on COVID-19 with help of the World Health Organization's website at https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public.
Our Support Team has made up a list of notes and tips to make your online journey of finding your perfect match safe and secure. If you have any question, please follow our support pages at https://clickdate.freshdesk.com/.
Our Moderation team is working hard to make our system best in the world and make user experience as good as possible. We check every registered user/profile and photo added by any members and ensure requirements are kept throughout the site. Anyway follow your inner instincts while communicating or meeting a match, your judgment is very important to protect yourself.
Beware of users asking to move communications from ClickDate. Unintentional users try to remove ClickDate interaction as soon as possible.
If you have been requested for any of the above mentioned points, please report the user to ClickDate. You can learn how to report a match here. Your concern will reach to our Moderation team for review.
Please, always listen to your common sense while you’re on ClickDate. Stop communication if you feel a user has bad considerations to protect yourself.
Bellow ClickDate prepares several sore points which will be a red light to pause a communication with a match.
When accessing your profile from a public computer, be careful that others are not able to view or record your password or other private information.
Don’t mention your last name, email address, home address, telephone number or any other private information in your profile or email messages during early conversations. Follow and use ClickDate Safe and Secures Messaging to protect your yourself.
Once you've given out personal information, you cannot take it back.
We encourage you to do your own research before meeting a match in person. This type of search can include:
Pay attention to the details your match shares with you. If something doesn’t feel right, trust your judgement and stop communicating with them.
If you receive a message with a link (most commonly directing to view photos), please know that ClickDate does not have a place outside of the profile, to view photos.
Use good judgment and be cautious when deciding to click on any URL links. In particular, be aware of links that lead to web pages which look similar or identical to the ClickDate homepage, including its log-in fields. These links are typically sent as attempts to “phish” for log-in information from users in order to compromise user accounts. – Not familiar with “Phishing”? Please visit our help pages
Report any phishing scams to our Trust & Safety team by reporting the user to ClickDate. You can view how to report a match here.
Meeting in person is exciting. Have fun and explore the level of chemistry you share with your date while keeping your safety as your first priority. These tips can help you feel comfortable when you meet your matches in person:
For your first few dates, meet your date in a public place. If your date pressures you to meet at their house or at an isolated place, please cancel the date.
When it comes to drug and alcohol consumption, don’t let your date pressure you to do something you’re not comfortable with. Know your limits and be confident in your decisions.
Use your own transportation, so you can leave when you want to. Never agree to be picked up at your home and wherever possible, drive yourself or use a ride-share app.
Tell at least one friend or family member about your plans and when you will return. Arrange to check in with them after each of the first few dates.
Carry a fully charged mobile phone with easily accessible emergency numbers.
Make sure your purse and any drinks are always kept within eyesight.
In the event ClickDate removes a match/closes an account for suspicious activity or inappropriate behavior or falsified information, you may be notified via email to discontinue communicating with the match in question. We strongly encourage all of our members to review emails received from ClickDate to ensure this communication is received promptly.
Not every match is going to be right for you, so closing communication with matches and having matches close communication with you is a natural and healthy part of the process. It can be hard to be rejected or close off communication with someone, but if you do, please be honest, direct and polite.
If you are in immediate danger, please call 999 or 911 or the number of emergency services in your area. Below are resources that can provide advice and support if you’ve had a bad experience with a match. We would like you to report any bad dates or violent incidents to our Trust & Safety team, so that we can take the appropriate action. You can view how to report a match here.
Help for suicidal thoughts
Call 0300 1020 505| https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/suicide/
Sexual Assault Support Line
Call 01708 765200 | https://www.supportline.org.uk/
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call 0808 2000 247| https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/
National Membership Organization for Rape Crisis Centers in England
National Human Trafficking/ Modern Slavery Helpline
08000 121 700 or the police on 101. In an emergency always call 999 I https://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk
Cyber Crime Reporting Centre
Equality Advisory Support Service
0300 330 0630| https://www.stonewall.org.uk/