Safe dating site with free dating background checks

The Safe Dating Site with Free Dating Background Checks is the most unique online Christian dating site on the planet and here’s why: we are the only dating site that does free dating background checks on our members.

We conduct national background checks on our registered members 96 hours before going on dates with other registered members from FWL. With a national criminal database search, we identify jurisdictions on a large scale where a member may have a criminal record, and we investigate beyond states and countries where a registered member of FWL has lived, worked or attended school. security team consists of former military veterans with nearly 100 combined years of service, and they know all about protecting and serving. They’ve served the United States Government and protected American citizens against enemies both foreign and domestic. At, we facilitate a safe dating environment for all our members whether they’re surfing our dating site for a love connection or whether out on the town for the first date with a mutually matched member.

The mission of is to offer the premier online platform for Christian singles desiring to engage in significant successful connections and ultimately marry someone who shares their faith. The utmost desire of, LLC is for users to pursue the purpose of their lives and fulfill Matthew 6:33: “But seek ([a] aim at and strive after) first of all His kingdom and His righteousness ([b] His way of doing and being right), and then all these things [c]taken together will be given you besides” (AMP). In upholding the utmost desires of, users will discover is a safe environment and top-notch community where love abounds and the Kingdom of God is advanced; one relationship after another! In fulfilling our mission, we encourage our users to exercise wisdom and utilize the online dating safety tips referenced in the “Dating Safety Tips” section of our website.

Online Dating Safety Disclosure

Although offers each user the ability to "verify" their profile by presenting one form of government-issued photo identification, verification is not required to become a member/user on the website. Additionally, LLC does not conduct criminal background checks on users of our website. Therefore, if you would like more information about someone before meeting them in person, there are various mechanisms that you can consider employing. For example, you may utilize the Internet and other online resources, which are publically available to everyone. These publically available resources may include goggling the person's name into a search engine or social media platforms, reviewing public information made available by government offices, or using an online paid service to gather a full background report or other available information.

Online Dating Safety Overview

Meeting someone for the first time in person can be exciting and even intimidating simultaneously. However, it is crucial that individuals who are establishing contact with an individual through an online platform (especially online dating websites) always exercise extreme caution. Online Dating Safety Guidelines While this list may not be exhaustive, we urge users to adhere to the following recommended online dating safety guidelines.

Before You Go

One of the first guidelines is to become familiar and establish a reasonable level of comfort with the person you meet online, before you agree to an offline meeting. Always meet in a public and well-lit place. First time meetings should always be in a populated, public location—never in a private or secluded location. Never meet your date at their home or at a hotel. Once on your date/outing, stay in an open setting, around other people. It is best not to go back to your date's home or bring them back to yours on the first several dates. If your date insists that you do things that you are uncomfortable with, do not hesitate to immediately terminate the date (without hesitation) and leave at once. Additionally, if you encounter such instances in which you believe you are being pressured, we ask that you use the “report an issue” form to notify the support team of this issue. Always inform a friend or family member of your plans, to include when and where you are going. Before you go on the date, text, e-mail, or leave a detailed note informing your friend or family member of your plans; always remember to include the meeting location of the date (including the address). Text them the phone number and as much descriptive information as possible about your date. In fact, it is highly recommended that you take a photo of your date when you initially meet, then forward the photo and detailed information to a friend and family member. Ensure your mobile phone is charged fully and with you at all times. Have a backup plan. Always have a backup plan, in case things do not go the way you expect on your date. For example, tell a friend to call or text you half an hour into your date to check up on you.

While You Are Out

Stay Clearheaded. Keep vigilant and sober minded and do not put yourself in a compromising situation. When you are fully alert, you are better equipped to make appropriate, sound decisions. Why not go out for coffee together? Drive yourself to and from the first several meetings/outings. Be in control of your first date. Just in case things do not go well or you become uncomfortable at any point, you will need to have immediate access to your own ride—even if that means taking a taxi, UBER, Lyft, or some other form of public transportation. Keep your wallet, purse, credit cards, and all personal items with you at all times. Do not risk having personal belongings stolen by your date or anyone else. If it is recommended that you refrain from consuming alcohol. However, regardless, if you consume any beverage, keep your eyes on your drink at all times, to prevent tampering.

Long Distance Connections/Rendezvous

Long distance meetings can potentially pose additional safety concerns. Always ensure careful consideration is given to ensure “safety” first. When you are meeting someone in a different geographic location that requires travel outside of your local area and you will be out of your local area overnight, stay in a hotel or with friends, or family. If staying at a hotel, check into your own room and avoid staying in the other person's home. If you cannot afford your own hotel, you should not travel to visit the person. Use a taxi, UBER, rental car, or other public transit system to get to and from the airport. Securing your own ride is important, even if the person you are meeting volunteers to pick you up from the airport. Do not get into a personal vehicle with a person you have never met before and who you do not thoroughly know and trust. Keep your hotel location confidential. The person you are meeting should respect your privacy, until you know each other well. Remember to keep your family and friends informed. Tell someone who you are meeting, where you are going, and when you will return.

Online Safety Tips

Protect your money. Ignore any requests to send money (especially overseas or by wire transfer) and use the “report an issue” form to notify the support team of this issue immediately—even if the person claims to be in an emergency. Wiring money is like sending cash: the sender has no protections against loss and it is nearly impossible to reverse the transaction or trace the money, once it is sent. Do not share financial information (such as your credit card number or any bank information) with people you do not thoroughly know and trust or who you have not met in person. We recommend you conduct all of your conversations and communications via the website so that your messages will be saved as proof of any impropriety from another user or subscriber.

Guard your personal and online access information (such as social security number, date of birth, address, usernames, passwords, etc.). Be extra careful when giving out personal information such as your full name, phone number, place of work, email and address. Be in control of your online dating experience at all times. Therefore, remain anonymous, until you feel totally comfortable in sharing specific information. We recommend that you do not put any personal contact information in your profile or username. Use vigilance when gaining access to your account from a public or shared computer, to prevent others from viewing or recording your password or other personal information. If you share your computer with others, disable the auto login feature to your account and clear all saved passwords and caches. will never ask you for your password through the site or via email, and will never send your password over e-mail. However, the support team will provide you with instructions to reset your password, should you need help doing so. If you receive a message or e- mail asking you to share your password, do not share this private information. Contact the support team and our staff will look into it for you. Be Web Wise. Be wary of communications that ask you to act immediately, offer something that sounds too good to be true, or ask for personal information. Always trust your instinct. If something seems or feels wrong, it probably is. There are certain red flags to watch for that may indicate that you are dealing with a scammer. Be aware of anyone who displays any of the following:

  • Quickly asks to talk or chat on an outside email or messaging service

  • Refuses to meet in person or speak over the phone

  • Claims to be from U.S. but is currently travelling, living or working abroad

  • Asks you for money

  • Offers you a job

  • Vanishes mysteriously from the site, then reappears under a different name

  • Talks about "destiny" or "fate"

  • Claims to be recently widowed

  • Asks for your address under the guise of sending flowers or gifts

  • Makes an inordinate amount of grammar and/or spelling errors

  • Sends you emails containing strange links to third-party websites

  • Provides a link asking you to log in with your username or password. Your username and password only works on and you should never click on a link or log in to see anything (like more photos.) If you’re unsure, it's best to use the “contact us” form and ask your question.

If personal details provided by another person do not seem to add up, the person behaves suspiciously or pressures you for personal or financial information, block communications with that person and report the individual to the support team immediately. Block and report suspicious users. If a user is interfering with your experience on the website by using inappropriate language, sending harassing emails, or the like, do not hesitate to report the individual. You also have the option to block a person you do not want to receive communications from; you may also report them for any appropriate communications. If you do not have a message from the user in your inbox, your other options are to hide your profile, change your username (if you are a paid subscriber), or hide your images by marking them "Private". Additionally, please report anyone who violates our terms of use. Examples of terms of use violations include:

  • Asking you for money or donations

  • Married people (includes separated) or minors using the service

  • Members sending harassing or offensive emails/IMs

  • Members behaving inappropriately after meeting in person

  • Fraudulent registration, images, or profiles

  • Spam or solicitation (such as invitations to call 1-800 numbers or attempts to sell products or services)

  • Suspect communication asking you to click on links or log in somewhere with your username and password

We value your participation in helping to keep the community safe and enjoyable for everyone!

Love endures long and is patient and kind; love never is envious nor boils over with jealousy, is not boastful or vainglorious, does not display itself haughtily” (I Corinthians 13:4, AMP).


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