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Safety Points Today, a large number of people use online match-making services to search for a life partner and millions have been married online. There have been a few instances reported in the media about some people on online matrimony Fraud . Safety point is our initiative to guide you to a safe search.

Never ever give money to anyone:

Anybody asking you for money is in all probability a fraudster. They generally claim to be separated, divorced or living abroad and mostly target men and women in the age group 30 to 40, besides divorcees and widowers. Such people don't show their face and won't come on video chat. They may even use somebody else's photos. They win over you through sweet talks and false promises. Later they ask for money making up false stories like being stuck at the airport, lost credit cards and wallet, met with a sudden accident or someone is critically ill at home. In some cases, they say they want to send you money to settle down in India and later someone calls saying it is stuck at customs and need money to release the same. Fraudsters usually ask for single transfer of large sums. Some start with small amounts and follow up with requests for large sums. also permits members to submit public & private information on behalf of others such as child/ward, friend, relative or sibling. If such child/ward, friend, relative or sibling doesn’t wish this information to be displayed in our site, he/she has an option to request for removal of such information after providing the necessary evidence that the information pertains to him/her. If you establish a credit account with us to pay the fees we charge, some additional information includes a billing address, a credit card number, a credit card expiration date and tracking information from checks or money orders is collected.

No physical relationship before marriage:

Check background details before committing to marriage Please commit to marriage only after face to face meetings, especially after meeting prospective groom or bride's parents/ relatives. Visit their place of work. Do a thorough personal reference check and you may also want to look at their social media profiles. If the person is hesitant to share workplace or job details or meet in person along with parents you should be cautious. Do not commit to marriage or continue to communicate with such people.