We encourage all members to report any behaviour they deem inappropriate.Behaviour we urge all members to report include: I’ve met someone online and say they need travel expenses to visit me, is this a scam?
A scammer is anyone using disingenuously to trick or scam other members, normally by asking for money.Match’s dedicated Customer Care team works hard to ensure that unwanted accounts are removed from the site.Scammers will often pocket the money or use the bank details you have given to gain access to your online banking and pocket even more money.Scammers may go as far as sending fake documentation to corroborate their claims such as: photocopied plane tickets, visa requirements and passport information .A member needs money to help a family member, is this a scam?
Never send money to other members; however desperate the situation may seem.
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Consider this your guide to relationship texting etiquette.
The sort of photos they use as well as the language of the personal ad can help you decide whether the member is genuinely looking for a partner or not.
To make your dating experience as safe as possible, we’ve laid down simple and easy-to-follow advice on how to spot people who might not be as trustworthy as you think.
Our moderation team manually check photos and personal ads across the site and a built-in screening system helps identify suspicious accounts, remove them and prevent re-registration.