The big question: Here Are Some Tips For staying safe on Ok Cupid: Let’s face it, creepers are gonna creep. When you create a Ok Cupid user name, you’re making an alias that will be what people on the site will know you by.You put yourself at risk from a privacy standpoint by putting part or your whole name in as an alias.
This starts with the username you pick; avoid something that might give something away about you, such as your surname, age or year of birth.
Second, until you’ve met and feel you can trust the person you’ve met online, don’t share your address, where you work or study, your phone number or email address.
Communicate using NZDating If you have no reason to take a conversation outside of NZDating you are best to communicate using the NZDating systems.
In extreme cases messages sent using NZDating systems can be traced and appropriate action taken, whereas external mail services may not be possible to validate and may fall outside of the NZ legal system.
And it's not hard to understand why – it’s an instantaneous, low-effort way to flirt and meet new people and we probably all know someone who met a partner online.
In fact - it’s how a quarter of us will meet our other half.However, even with our hard work, we also need your help! Please feel free to report any suspicious activity or member to us the moment you find any. Nobody needs to know your real name, phone number, home address, workplace, email address or any other personal information that could be used to identify you until you are comfortable to share this information.NZDating provides an internal email/message system specifically for you to remain protected while giving you the ability to communicate with other users to learn more about them before deciding on whether or not to take the relationship further by sharing email addresses or phone numbers.At Millionaire Match.com, we take your privacy, safety and security very seriously.