Proposal connects people together. At Proposal, your safety is our priority and we want our user to have a safe and secure experience. As saying goes, precaution is better than cure. We have compiled a list of precautions for you to protect yourself whether you are connected with someone online or offline. On Proposal app, you are in control of your own safety.
We ask you to read the tips and information below, and strongly urge you to follow these guidelines in the interest of your personal safety and well-being. However, you are always the best judge of your own safety, and these guidelines are not intended to be a substitute for your own judgment.
You are always in control of your Proposal experience – remain anonymous until you feel ready. Be careful about sharing your personal information when talking with others, information such as your full name, phone number, email and address. Protect your identity until you are comfortable enough with someone to share it. Also, do not give out any personal contact information out of your Proposal profile.
Note: Proposal will never send you an email asking for your username and password information. Any such communication should be reported immediately. Proposal will only send you password reset information only if it is requested from your account.
Try to keep all conversation on our platform and avoid giving out direct contact information until you feel comfortable, and you think that the user is trustworthy. Some users will try to move the conversation to text, personal email or phone conversation or social media accounts; however, make sure you know enough about the user.
We know how exciting it is to meet someone first time, but always take precautions and follow these guidelines to help you stay safe:
Make sure you utilize our platform as much as possible. Get to know someone through our chatting feature before disclosing personal information or meeting in person. We do not conduct criminal or background checks on our users, so it is your responsibility to do your own research and stay cautious.
Meet for the first time in a populated, public place – never in a private or remote location, and never at your home or apartment. If your date pressures you, end the date and leave at once.
Inform a friend or family member of your plans and when and where you’re going. Make sure you have your cell phone charged and with you at all times.