Key information to our members
Key information to our members
For an efficient, satisfactory, and safe experience on our site, please read the below.
1. Set your expectations at the right level
According to a large number of studies, finding one’s lifetime partner or soulmate takes on average between 6 to 18 months. Accordingly, although we propose a 3-month plan to test the platform, we recommend you select the 12-month plan to significantly increase your chances of success.
But above all, we suggest you are patient and do not to rush into wanting to meet too quickly your first or second contact. Also, do not raise your expectations unreasonably high.
Building trust and rapport takes time and effort, especially when aiming for a serious long-term relationship that will change your life. But you can achieve this safely and at your own pace on our platform, while safeguarding your privacy.
2. Privilege contacts with paying subscribers
People in general, and free visiting users in particular, may misrepresent themselves and especially their real intentions in their LoveLifePartners profile, including their gender or sexual orientation. This could lead to you wasting a lot of time, useless embarrassment, harassment, or harm if you decide to meet them. Keep your communications on LoveLifePartners, privilege paying subscribers as they are likely more committed to the vision and goals of the website than free visitors. In all cases, do your research and really get to know the other person before you push your contacts further and consider traveling to meet them.
3. Avoid online scamming risks
To avoid scams and other fraudulent activities, please respect the following rules online, as long as a trustful relationship is not established:
- Don't include your last name, email, home address, phone number, place of work or any other identifying information in your LoveLifePartners profile or chat messages with someone. However, in no case should you disclose your banking details.
- Report and block anyone who asks you to share this kind of personal information or anyone who you feel is suspicious. We will not let the person know who reported them.
Scammers may use fake or unverified accounts to trick you into giving them money or personal information. If you receive a message that you believe is a scam, you should not reply but you should report the person to LoveLifePartners (firstname.lastname@example.org). Some common warning signs are when a scammer:
- Wants to leave LoveLifePartners immediately and use personal email or instant messaging platforms such as WhatsApp or Telegram to chat.
- Claims to be in love very quickly to persuade you to talk with them.
- Plans to visit but claims that something bad happened and plans get cancelled or asked for last-minute money to change plane tickets or family hospital expenses or family funeral costs.
Scammers may try to get you to wire money or send gifts. They might ask for money to cover travel, medical emergencies, hotel bills, hospital bills or visas. Any online love interest that asks for money is likely a scammer. Never send money.
In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to share your doubts or concerns at email@example.com.
Also, for a small fee, we may if needed intermediate on your behalf, to obtain reasonable assurance, documentation from or potential feedback on your contact.
4. Prepare for the first travel and meeting
Before considering meeting a person, especially if one of you must travel, make sure you have previously:
- Talked several times to that person before;
- Shared at least one video conference. Pictures can be easily edited or amended, yet through a video call you will see and hear how the person acts, reacts, and interacts with you.
5. Traveling or meeting for the first time
5.1. Tell someone about your plans
Tell a trusted friend or family member about your plans before going out, as well as when you expect to be back home.
5.2. Meet and stay in public if possible
When meeting someone for the first time, meet in a public place where other people are around.
5.3. Monitor any alcohol or substance consumption
Alcohol and other substances can affect your behavior, so be aware of what you consume and always keep your glass in hand or in sight.
5.4. Make sure your mobile phone is charged
Keep your mobile phone fully charged and with you in case of an emergency.
5.5. Arrange your own transportation and possibly your place to stay
Arrange your own transportation to and from an in-person meeting to make sure you have control over when you arrive and leave. Having your own place to stay can also avoid embarrassing and potentially dangerous situations, at least for the very first meeting.
If you or someone you know is the victim of a crime or is in immediate danger, contact your local law enforcement for help. If you ever feel pressured or uncomfortable, you should immediately:
- End the date and arrange your own transportation home.
- Once home, report the profile to LoveLifePartners and, if needed, to your local law enforcement.
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