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Online dating and social network safety advice

Get Safe On-line


Safe online dating

Social Networking


Our website is a unique resource providing practical advice on how to protect yourself, your computers and mobiles device and your business against fraud, identity theft, viruses and many other problems encountered online.

Action Fraud

Helpline: 0300 123 2040


A-Z of fraud

Romance Fraud

Have you been defrauded and not got your money back?  If the answer is yes, please get in touch.  We are here to help you. The aim of this site is for you to report, find support and information to protect yourself against fraud.  

Victim Support – Are You OK?

Victim Supportline: 0808 16 89 111www.victimsupport.org.uk

Dating Fraud

Victim Support is the independent national charity which helps people cope with the effects of crime.  They provide free and confidential support to help you deal with your experience, whether or not you report the crime as well as helping witnesses cope in going to court.  Our trained volunteers offer someone to talk to in confidence, information on police and court procedures, help in dealing with other organisations, information about compensation and insurance as well as links to other sources of help. 

Live Life Safe

National Stalking Helpline: 0808 802 033


Personal Safety Advice

In 2006 Suzy Lamplugh Trust decided to set up a project for young people living in high crime areas of to help them combat issues that may cause them to become victims or perpetrators of Crime. The project has done extremely well and has managed to spread the word to many young people in London.  There are lots of safety tips on the site, including internet safety.

Online Dating Association

Date Safe

While the vast majority of those using online dating services are sincere and honest in the information they give and in their reasons for joining services, as always, exceptions do exist. Your personal safety should be your top priority and you should always use caution and your best judgment when communicating with or meeting new people, both online and offline. We have set out here tips we at the ODA think can help you have a safe experience along with links to bodies we know can offer professional expert advice and practical assistance where this is needed.

Rape Crisis Scotland

Sexual Violence and online safety

The internet makes it very easy for people to quickly connect with others and find out and send very personal information. But it also allows people to hide who they really are and what they are doing. Some people use the internet to harm others. This could be someone they know or a stranger. This leaflet suggests some ways to keep yourself as safe as you can when you use the internet, for example for dating. 

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