Safety | Protecting the LGBTQIA+ Community and Their Admirers from Harm
Gaydar administrators work 24/7 to minimize, if not eliminate, the dangers of online dating. Thus, they maintain state-of-the-art systems and enforce strict policies that act as safety, security, and privacy nets for subscribers.
Some of the measures are:
- Account verification
- Incognito browsing
- Unwanted-person blocking
There is a setting that allows subscribers to hide their profile and photos in case they want to keep to themselves for a while. There is also a series of guides on maximizing the fun and frolicking without courting trouble. The wisdom-laden articles are worth your thorough review.
Moreover, the site has a “Report” button for submitting concerns and complaints about the abusive or offensive behavior of certain persons on the platform. A highly trained human help team that will immediately review and act on the spam, fake profiles, suspicious activities, and even potential crimes.
Be warned, though, that just like any other online dating platform, Gaydar is not 100% immune from malicious elements. This is why you should always exercise care and caution from your end to prevent yourself and your reputation from being harmed. Never post sensitive information about yourself, your family, your residence, your workplace, and your finances. The World Wide Web is filled with scammers and extortionists who will try to win you over and bleed you dry. Watch out for bogus accounts.
Most subscribers think liberally and are nonconformist in their bedroom ways. But this does not mean that they should lower their guard at any point in their romping...or they could put their safety, security, and privacy at risk.