This document is the Dating Safety Guide of the PriveTalk app, and together with the Terms & Conditions document and the Privacy Policy document constitute collectively the “Agreement” which is the legal contract between you, the user of PriveTalk, and us, SocioBright Ltd, the owner of PriveTalk. All three documents are available on the PriveTalk’s application registration page, on the PriveTalk’s application’s “About” section and also at the footer of the official website,

The Dating Safety Guide purpose is to give you guidance on how to enjoy a meaningful online dating experience while doing your best to keep yourself, your data and your privacy safe. Here in SocioBright Ltd, (“company, “we” or “us“), we want our users to be and feel safe when using our application(s) and website(s) (collectively, the “Services“). This document’s purpose it to help you take the necessary steps to enhance your safety when using our services and when you pursue a real date with someone you met via our services. Please however have in mind that all actions and consequences that occur by using our services are your sole responsibility. Please review our Terms & Conditions document for more details on the subject.

In the document, “you” refers to you as the user of the PriveTalk application or website and its related services, who is entitled to use our provided services by reading, understanding, complying, accepting and all the terms and provisions found in the Agreement.


2.1. General Description

In SocioBright Ltd, we have as our top priority the safety of our users, as reflected in all of our products, including PriveTalk. We do our best to make our documents, such as the Agreement, including the Online Dating Safety Guide, easy to understand and transparent. We encourage you to read this Online Dating Safety Guide carefully before and when using our application or services.

2.2. Acceptance of Dating Safety Guide & the Agreement

By either registering, using or subscribing to the Services, you confirm that you have read, and consent to the entire Dating Safety Guide document, and the entire Agreement as defined in section 1 of this document.  By using our Services, you agree that you will do your best to follow all of the hereinafter safety tips (as stated on sections 2.3 and 2.4) that are here to advice you on how to possibly increase the safety and enjoyment of your dating experience.  However, despite how well you follow this guide, you understand that by using our Services, you accept that your interactions with other users/people and the consequences of such interactions are your sole responsibility. Also by using our Services you accept that our Company is not liable for any damages or consequences that may occur to you. Please read our Terms & Conditions document again, including section 2.15 that describes in more detail your interactions with other users and section 2.14 that describes in more detail the limitation of liability.

2.3. Online Dating Safety Tips

  • Never share any sensitive account information as stated in the Privacy Policy, including your full name, date of birth, email address, PriveTalk password, billing/living address, credit card/bank data, or any other financial information or personal identification information.
  • Be very cautious when sharing non-sensitive account or other personal information with strangers. Prefer to speak about general topics instead of personal matters when speaking to people you don’t know well.
  • We advise you to refrain from sharing very personal photographs or other intimate content with the people you are talking via our private chat, even if those people have gained your trust. We do our best to secure the content you share but there is no guarantee that the other user will not be able to bypass our security and use this content against you.
  • Chat for at least a few days and until you get to know someone better and verify his/her sincerity before choosing to exchange Personally Identifiable information (PII) such as your social media account(s) or your telephone number.
  • Always ask someone you are interested in to connect to his/her other social media accounts before arranging for a date. When connected, check about the authenticity of those social media accounts by looking for indications such as complete profile information, a genuine friends list, an active public profile, a variety of uploaded content such a photos that identify clearly the person
  • Always prefer to chat with someone for a few weeks before you decide meeting with him/her, and do so only when you know this person well and have verified his/her identity.
  • Prefer to talk to people who have all three verifications on their PriveTalk profile. That will mean that our company keeps presumably accurate information about: a) how they look; b) their social media account information and c) credit card/billing information among other information. All three verifications make it less likely for a person to be a scammer.
  • Be always suspicious for people who ask you for too many personal or private questions from the very beginning, or try to get personal information from you in an indirect way.
  • Be always careful for users that behave in a suspicious or/and fraudulent way that is against our Terms of Service. Such forbidden behaviour may include engaging in unauthorized activity or/and by sharing unauthorized content. A detailed explanation on such content can be found in the section 2.6 and 2.7 in the PriveTalk’s Terms & Conditions document. If you encounter such violators, please report them immediately by clicking the “report profile” button at the bottom of the user’s profile screen, or by selecting the “report user” button found in the message menu options on every open personal communication screen.

2.4. Meeting Someone in Person – Offline Dating Safety Tips

2.4.1. Before the Actual Date

  • Always have the phone call number of the person you are planning to go out for a first date at least few days in advance before the actual date. Be sure to exchange texts and at least one phone call before setting up the first date/meeting.
  • Let a close friend(s)/relative(s) know the the location and the time the date will take place, and inform the person you are dating that your shared this information with someone else.
  • Always think of an excuse ready prior meeting with your date that you can use in order to leave earlier if the date that doesn’t go well.
  • Arrange your own transportation to and from the meeting place. Never agree to meet at someone’s house or your own home, or share your living address until you get to know really well the person you are dating.
  • Make sure your date has a limited predefined duration and a predefined meeting location at a public place. We recommend 1-2 hours, but not more than this, and preferably before night-time.

2.4.2. During the Actual Date

  • Let the person you are meeting know that you are meeting with someone else (friend or family) right after your date or that someone (friend/family/roommate) is waiting you to get home at a specific time.
  • Arrange a check-up phone call by one of your close friends/family one hour after your expected meeting time with your date, and also 30 minutes before the end of your date. Another check-up call 30 minutes/1 hour after you date has ended is also recommended.
  • If you feel or see that your date isn’t going too well for any reason, say politely the excuse you have mentioned before and leave earlier. Try not to look upset in front of your date, and let him/her know that you had a good time.
  • While on your date, avoid drinking too much, and never to the extent that you may become drunk.
  • Always safe guard your personal belongings. Never leave your mobile phone or other personal items unattended while you are on your date.
  • Check frequently for the time, and try not to stay for much longer on your date than what you already agreed. If the person you are dating insists to stay for longer, politely reply that you can arrange for another date soon.

2.5. Changes to this Document

We will occasionally update this document with relevant information to help further enhancing your dating experience. When we post changes to this document, we will revise the “last updated” date at the bottom of this document. We recommend that you check regularly for any changes in this Dating Safety Guide and review it to remind yourself of the possible actions that can improve your safety while using our online dating services or when pursuing an actual date.

2.6. How to contact us

If you have any questions about this guide, please contact us on [email protected]. In your email please include your full name, the email you use to sign in PriveTalk, your company name, country of residence, and contact telephone number.

If you have any questions for the other documents of the Agreement, please consult those documents on how to contact us.

Our customer service team will be glad to provide you support in a timely and efficient manner.

2.7. Last Revision Date

This document was last revised on August 8th, 2021