Safe Chatting Guide


Engaging in conversations with new people online can be exciting and enriching. However, it's important to stay safe while chatting with strangers. Our guide provides essential tips to help you navigate online chats safely and responsibly. Whether you're a regular user or new to online chatting, these guidelines will help ensure a secure and enjoyable experience.

  1. Personal Information: Never share personal information like your real name, address, phone number, or financial details with strangers.
  2. Photos and Videos: Be cautious about sharing photos or videos. Remember that once something is shared online, it's difficult to control where it might end up.
  3. Meeting in Person: Avoid agreeing to meet someone in person whom you've only spoken to online. If you decide to meet, choose a public place and inform a friend or family member of your plans.
  4. Suspicious Behavior: Be alert to suspicious behavior, such as someone insisting on personal information, being overly aggressive, or trying to manipulate you.
  5. Report and Block: Use the platform's features to report any inappropriate behavior and block users who make you uncomfortable.
  6. Scams and Phishing: Be wary of scams and phishing attempts. Never click on suspicious links or respond to requests for money.
  7. Privacy Settings: Familiarize yourself with the site’s privacy settings and use them to control who can see your profile and contact you.
  8. Trust Your Instincts: If something feels off, trust your instincts and discontinue the conversation.
  9. Mental Health: Be mindful of the impact of online interactions on your mental health. Take breaks if you feel overwhelmed.
Parents' Responsibility

Our website is strictly for users over 18. It's crucial for parents to ensure their children do not access it. Here are essential steps:

  1. Parental Controls: On Android, set controls in ‘Settings’ under ‘Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls’. For iPhone, use ‘Screen Time’ in ‘Settings’ for ‘Content & Privacy Restrictions’.
  2. Discuss Online Safety: Regularly talk with your children about the importance of respecting age restrictions on websites.
  3. Monitor Online Activity: Keep track of the websites and apps your children use and maintain open communication about their online experiences.

By actively participating in your children’s online life, you can prevent their access to sites meant for adults.

Most people you'll encounter here are friendly, enhancing the chat experience. While we strive to make this website a safe place for everyone, it's important to remember that unexpected situations can occur. We encourage you to remain alert and use our reporting tools or contact form if you come across anything concerning. Together, we're working towards creating a welcoming and secure community for all our users.