Livelinks Safety Tips
Keep it Safe
Livelinks is a way for you to meet new people in your city. If you hit it off with someone and it turns into more or you want to meet in person, please consider the following ways to keep your experience a safe and positive one.
We know that connections can be intense, and we want you to enjoy that in the best sense. Have the conversations to get to know someone before meeting in person. Pay attention to inconsistencies or odd behavior. Most importantly, you can end contact anytime. If it was hot and heavy but you suddenly feel uncomfortable, you do not have to keep talking or meet up.
Protect your identity
Livelinks is private and confidential. There are no photos, questionnaires, or searchable information about our callers online. You do not have to give any identifying information to another caller until you are completely comfortable.
You call the shots
You do not have to meet anyone in person. If you decide that’s something you want to do, you can change your mind or stop contact at any time. Livelinks assumes no responsibility for personal meetings, but we urge you to be smart and meet in public places.
Check their background
Livelinks guarantees privacy. That’s why we don’t conduct background checks on our members. We encourage you to make sure someone is legit by asking questions, doing an Internet search, and using common sense. If you encounter someone underage, please alert our Customer Service team.
Watch for red flags
Displays of anger, intense frustration, pressure, passive-aggressive pressure, demeaning or disrespectful comments and physically inappropriate behavior are all examples of red flags. These things are not the fun you want.
Meet in a safe place
If you choose to meet, always tell a friend where you are going and when you will return. Leave your date’s name and number with your friend. Choose a central public meeting place, and make sure you have your own means of transportation to and from the location. Let the date give you a buzz, not excessive alcohol.
Out of town dates
If you go to a different city to meet up with someone, arrange for your own car and hotel room. Make your own arrangements, and do not disclose the name of your hotel. Pick a public location to meet, and make sure you are comfortable at every step. Carry a mobile phone, and let a friend or family member know your plans.
Your feelings are your best indicator
If you feel something is off in your gut, that’s the only reason you need to step back, change plans or end contact. If at any time you feel unsure or unsafe, excuse yourself and call a friend to pick you up, or just leave. You do not owe anyone anything, and are allowed to change your mind. Your safety should never be compromised, so be safe, loves!