Safety Tips

The safety of our users is very important to us. There are steps that everyone can follow to ensure their safety while using Divorce Dating. Please take a few minutes to read these tips.

Keep your financial information private

Ignore any request to send money – even if the person claims to be in an emergency – and report it to us immediately. Never give out financial information such as you social security number, credit card number or bank information.

Keep your personal information

You are in control of your Divorce Dating experience at all times – remain anonymous until you feel ready. Be careful about sharing personal information, such as your full name, phone number, email and address. Protect your identity until you are comfortable enough with someone to share it. Also, leave any personal contact information out of your Divorce Dating profile.

Note: Divorce Dating will never send you an email asking for your username and password information. Any such communication should be reported immediately.

Keep your Divorce Dating account safe

Select secure password:

  1. Make your password as long as possible
  2. Use as many different characters as possible
  3. Try to avoid using personal information

If you login to the Divorce Dating App from a mobile device which does not belong to you make sure to logout after you complete your actions.

Never give anyone your password for your Divorce Dating account. If you suspect your password was exposed to others, change it immediately.

If your Mobile device is out of your sight please make sure the device is password protected or make sure to logout from the Divorce Dating App.


There are red flags to watch out for that may indicate you’re dealing with a scammer. Be aware of anyone who:

  • Sends you messages containing links to third-party websites
  • Too quickly ask for your email address
  • Quickly asks to talk or chat outside of Divorce Dating
  • Asks you for money
  • Vanishes mysteriously then reappears under a different name
  • Asks for your address under the guise of sending flowers or gifts

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s advice to avoid online scams is available here
Report suspicious users: Please report anyone who violates our terms of use. Examples of terms of use violations include:

  • Asking you for money or donations
  • Anyone that looks like they could be under the age of 18
  • Users sending harassing or offensive messages
  • Users behaving inappropriately after meeting in person
  • Fraudulent profiles
  • Spam or solicitation, such as attempts to sell products or services

Meeting In Person

First meetings are exciting, but always take precautions and follow these guidelines to help you stay safe:

Get to know the other person before meeting them offline

Get to know someone through chat before disclosing personal information or meeting in person. We don’t conduct criminal background checks on our users, so it’s up to you to do your own research and remain cautious.

Always meet in public

Meet for the first time in a populated, public place – never in a private or remote location, and never at your home or apartment.

Tell a Friend

Be sure to tell a friend or family member your plans for meeting someone in person. Include a detailed description of when and where you are going. It is also a good idea to bring a cell phone and update your friend or family member regularly throughout the date. Tell them when you arrive and stay in contact. If you do not own a cell phone, borrow one; do not rely on a public phone.

Trust Your Instincts

Above all, trust your instincts. Do not do anything if you are at all uncomfortable. If you feel unsure about something during your online dating experience, there is a probably a good reason. Never hesitate to cut off communication and block them online. If you eventually meet in person, don’t be afraid to excuse yourself from a date, to ask someone for help, or to simply sneak out and drive away. If you feel that you are in danger, call the police immediately. You should never feel embarrassed or worry about what someone will think; it is better to be safe than sorry.

Drive yourself to and from the first meeting

Be in control of your own ride – even if you take a taxi. Securing your own ride is important. Even if the person you’re meeting volunteers to pick you up, do not get into a vehicle with someone you don’t know and trust, especially if it’s the first meeting.

Following these guidelines will help keep Divorce Dating safe and enjoyable.