Safety

Tips for Dating Safely

One meeting per second1 happens on The Meet Group’s apps. Here are some tips to help stay safe:

Meet Safely

Always meet in a public place if choosing to meet in person. Make sure someone you trust knows where you will be and when. Always arrange your own transportation. Avoid drugs and alcohol. If you get an unsafe vibe, trust your gut. Read more >>

Don’t Share Personal Info

Never share personal information, such as your social security number, home address, or details about your daily routine.

Don’t Send Money

Never send money, even if the person claims to be in an emergency. If another member asks you for money, report it to us immediately.

1Meeting per second based on user survey data.

The Meet Group Safety Practices

Social Safety

The Meet Group is committed to leading in mobile and online safety. Nothing is more important to us than protecting the safety of our members. We have committed ourselves to high standards, adopted industry-leading practices, and vowed to constantly improve with the best-in-class safety updates for the app.

Learn more about our safety measures.

Meet Group CEO Joins Safety Panel

Listen to our CEO, Geoff Cook participate in a safety panel alongside Sr. Counsel at The Match Group (Tinder, Match.com, etc.) and the CEO of Spark Networks (Zoosk, Jdate, etc.). Hear The Match Group and other leaders in safety like the Family Online Safety Institute and ConnectSafely.org comment on The Meet Group’s practices.

Ensuring Safety

350+

people — more than half our workforce — are dedicated to user safety & moderation

10M

images are reviewed per day through a combination of machine learning algorithms and human review

Far Less Than 1%

of daily active users violate the Code of Conduct, resulting in thousands of profiles being taken down each day

Thousands

of comments are declined in real-time before any one sees the comment

Core Moderation Technologies & Systems

Highest content moderation standards

Safety education pledge requirement

All live broadcasts monitored proactively

Majority of workforce dedicated to user safety

Prominent abuse reporting and escalating strikes system

Machine learning algorithms detect abusive videos, photos, and text

Commitment to Continuous Improvement

This year The Meet Group implemented industry-first safety practices and product enhancements:

  • Launched the most prominent Report Abuse button seen in any major livestreaming app
  • Shared full-screen reminders of content standards to streamers before they go live
  • Increased moderation staffing to 52% of global workforce
  • Joined the board of the Online Dating Association to support industry safety and best practices
  • Participated in an Online Safety panel with top social app companies and industry experts in safety and online standards
  • Announced and enforced a transparent Content and Conduct Policy

We view The Meet Group as one of the leaders in the space, investing millions of dollars annually to keep its users safe.”

George Kidd, CEO of the Online Dating Association

We commend The Meet Group’s proactive approach to sharing best practices with other leaders in the space, and focusing on the wellbeing of users.”

Stephen Balkam, CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute

We recognize The Meet Group for their continued commitment to improving user safety on their apps and for providing industry leading safety practices.”

Mark Brooks, President of the Internet Dating Excellence Association

The Meet Group … take[s] the task of identifying registered sexual offenders to keep them off their platforms very seriously.”

Glenn Frankel, President of Family Watchdog