Safety | Subscriber Security and Privacy on EliteSingles
To ensure the safety, security, and privacy of each and every subscriber, Elite Singles is heavily dependent on two essentials: state-of-the-art technology and the group of human administrators that make it work. These components are up on their toes 24/7 to protect the online dating platform from cyber threats.
Some of the site’s safety measures are:
- Account confirmation and photo verification
- Profile hiding or short-term deactivation
- Unwanted-person blocking
- HTTPS encryption
EliteSingles has never been hacked, and it doesn’t sell data on its subscribers. It maintains an ever-ready customer-care team that will address safety, security, and privacy concerns related to accounts. The help desk will review complaints immediately and deal with violators of site policies, including those with repugnant behavior. Examples of violations are creating bogus accounts, spamming, fraud, blackmail, and identity theft, not to mention sexual abuse, human trafficking, drug trafficking, and other heinous crimes.
As an EliteSingles subscriber, you should always use your common sense while on the site or even when offline. Never disclose to anyone your sensitive personal information, such as residential or business address, credit card number, debit card number, and bank details. Additionally, never send money to strangers.