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Safety Tips

We hope that you are able to connect with some brilliant individuals which lead to great connections here at REDDI, but you should always be cautious when interacting with someone that you don’t know. Always prioritise safety and use your own sound judgement. 


Here are some tips to help you stay safe within the REDDI community.  


Online Safety 


  • Never send money or share financial information. 

  • Never send money, even if the person claims to be in an emergency.  


It’s almost always impossible to reverse the transaction or trace where the money went. In addition, never share information that could be used to access your financial accounts.  


If another user asks you for money, report it to us immediately by clicking ‘Report & Block’ at the bottom of the person’s profile. 


Protect your personal information 


There is more obvious personal information that you shouldn’t share with people you don’t know, such as your full date of birth, home or work address. However, even details about your daily routine (e.g. sharing that you walk at a specific park every Wednesday) can be dangerous when in the wrong hands.  


If you are a parent, limit the information that you share about your children on your profile and in early communications. Avoid sharing details such as your children’s names, where they go to school or their ages. 


Stay on the REDDI platform in the early stages 


  • Keep conversations on the REDDI platform while you’re getting to know someone. 


Please report any suspicious behaviour to us immediately by clicking ‘Report & Block’ at the bottom of the person’s profile. 


  • Be wary of people who try to stick to messaging only 


It can be a red flag if someone refuses to meet in person, talk on a phone or do a video call — they may be pretending to be someone they’re not. If someone is pushing for a serious relationship without meeting or getting to know you first, you should be wary and it is probably time to disconnect with them. 


Report all suspicious and offensive behaviour 


Report all suspicious and offensive behaviour to us immediately by clicking ‘Report & Block’ at the bottom of the person’s profile. Block and report anyone that violates our terms or whose actions are not aligned to the REDDI Community guidelines.  

Here are some examples of violations: 


  • Requests for money 

  • Underage users (you must be at least 18 years old to be part of the REDDI Community) 

  • Fraudulent profiles 

  • Inappropriate or harmful behaviour 

  • Harassment, threats, and offensive messages 

  • Spam or solicitation, including links to commercial websites or attempts to sell products or services 


You can report anyone on our app by scrolling to the bottom of their profile and clicking ‘Report & Block’. 


Protect Your Account 


Choose a strong password – avoid obvious passwords like the name of your dog. REDDI will never send you an email asking for any personal details or your account information.  


If you receive an email asking for personal details or your account information, please report it immediately. 


Meeting in Person 


Take it slow. Take your time and get to know the other person before agreeing to meet or chat away from the REDDI platform. Don’t be afraid to ask questions to screen for any red flags. A phone or video call can be a useful screening tool before meeting. 


Meet in public 


At least for the first few times meeting someone, it’s safer to meet in a populated, public place - never at your home, your date’s home, or any other private location. If your date pressures you to go to a private location, end the date. Have a pre-prepared excuse in case this happens. 


If something doesn’t feel right, then don’t take any chances. 


Tell friends and/or family about your plans 


Tell a friend or family member about your plans, including when and where you’re going. Take your mobile phone with you and make sure it’s fully charged. 


Be mindful of the effects of drugs and alcohol 


Be aware of how drugs or alcohol impact you; they can impair your judgment and your alertness. If your date tries to pressure you to use drugs, or drink more than you’re comfortable with, end the date.  


Know where your drink comes from and know where it is at all times - only accept drinks poured or served directly from the bartender or server. 


Listen to your instincts 

If your instincts are telling you that something isn’t right, listen. If you feel uncomfortable, leave the date early. Have a pre-prepared excuse and ask someone for help if necessary.  

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