We are always working very hard to make NigerianChristianSingles.com enjoyable for all our members and to provide a high level of Security and Privacy on our website. Though, the vast majority of our members, let's say 98% of our members are really genuine individuals looking for true love. So, it's also very important for you to be aware of less than 2% of predators, scammers, and liars. To protect you from these undesirable contacts, we've compiled a list of guidelines.

Follow these guidelines below to be on the safer side.

1. Move Slowly on Sharing your Personal Information
Only give out your (Phone Number) or any personal information when your instincts tell you to.

2. Keep The Conversation On The Site For a while
Keeping the conversation on this site for a while allows you to get to know each other much better, before sharing your contact information with each other... Don't EVER accept to communicate with someone on their personal Email Address such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc... This is a classic scammer's trick.

3. No Contact Information on your Profile
By no means should you place your phone number or your contact details on your profile e.g., (adding your Telephone number, Email address, Residence address, Facebook, Instagram, etc. ) On your profile page, is not a good idea.

4. Ask Many Questions
Ask a lot of questions and watch for prospective response inconsistencies.

5. No should be No
Avoid members who won't take no for an answer, or pressure you for any type of private Facts.

6. Never Ever Send Money To Someone you meet online before knowing them personally
Be suspicious of anyone who claims he or she needs money urgently because a family member is sick or they got into an accident or their car broke down.
It's a scam. Under no circumstance should you send your hard-earned money to someone you met online or on a dating site, without getting to know them very well, be it in Nigeria or Abroad.

7. Report Scammers
If an individual asks you to send him/her money for whatever purpose, don't do it, it's a scam. Alternatively, report that person to us immediately.

8. Going On a First Date: Meet In a Public Place
Meet in a public spot and make sure you provide your own personal transportation to and from the date.

9. Tell a Friend of Yours
When going out for your first date, tell a friend of yours exactly where you are going and ask them to check on you later.

10. Be Smart
Using your own excellent judgment is your very best bet simply because at the end of the day you are responsible for your private dating experience. Trust your instincts and have fun with the appropriate man or woman.

Also, see our privacy policy


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