We care for the safety and security of your profile and the personal information provided by you. This is ensured in two ways:
- Our Customer Relations team ensures that every profile on matrimonymanagement.com is screened for irrelevant and/or inappropriate content.
- You also exercise some simple precautions for your privacy & for a safe and secure online matrimony experience.
To protect your privacy, we suggest some simple guidelines.
Stage of Online communication :
Stage of Offline communication :
- To Do
- Not to do
- To Do
- Not to do
Stage of Online communication
To do :
- Try to remain completely anonymous until you fully trust that person.
- Closely look for odd behaviour or inconsistencies. Serious people will always respect your space and allow you to take your time to make a decision.
- Ask a friend or relative to read the emails you receive because as an unbiased observer they can spot warning signs you missed.
- Stop communicating with anyone who pressures you for personal information like photo, mailing address, mobile no. etc., or attempts in any way to trick you into revealing it.
- You can use the Photo Request feature on matrimonymanagement.com. As matrimonymanagement.com offers free scanning & upload services to its members, there's no reason someone shouldn't be able to provide you a photo.
- View several images of someone in various styles: casual, formal, indoor and outdoor. If he/she gives excuses about why you can't see a photo, consider that he or she has something to hide.
- Use pre-paid mobile phone number or use local telephone blocking techniques to prevent your phone number from appearing in Caller Id. Furnish your contact number only when you feel completely comfortable and have some information about the other person.
- If someone provides you a phone number with a strange area code, check it out to make sure it's not a charge number before you make the call.
Not to do :
- Don't provide your personal contact information like name, email address, residential address, telephone numbers, place of work or any other identifying information in your initial messages.
- Don't send your personal information or contact information until you trust that person.
- Don't use signature in your emails that include your contact details.
- Don't use your regular or official email id for communicating with a person you don't know well.
Stage of Offline communication
To do :
- Be in control when it comes to taking an online relationship offline.
- If you decide to arrange a meeting, you always have the right to change your mind. It's possible that your decision to keep the relationship at the anonymous level is based on a hunch that you can't logically explain. Trust yourself.
- When you decide to meet face to face with someone for the first time, choose a public place (such as a mall / restaurant / cafe) where many people are around and ensure your own transportation to and fro.
- If you are meeting a person first time, take a friend or relative along with you.
- In case you decide to meet him/her alone then leave the name, address and telephone number of the person you are going to meet with your friend or family member.
- Ask many questions to him/her and watch for inconsistencies. This will help you detect liars & cons, and it will help you find out if you're truly compatible.
- Pay attention to displays of anger, intense frustration or attempts to pressure or control you. Acting in a resentful manner, making demeaning or disrespectful comments, or any physically inappropriate behaviour are all warning signs.
- Beware of those who try to ask money from you for whatever reason. Genuine person will not ask you for money in any circumstance. If someone asks you for money, use common sense and never give in to such requests.
- In case someone asks you for money report the situation to us.
Not to do :
- Never arrange for your prospective match to pick you up or drop you to his/her place.
- Do not go to a secluded place or a movie alone at the first meeting.
- Don't ignore the following behaviour especially if it is without an acceptable explanation:
- Provides inconsistent information about age, interests, appearance, marital status, salary, profession, employment, etc.
- Fails to provide direct answers to direct questions.
- Never introduce you to friends, professional associates or family members
- Take your own time to decide on a trustworthy person and pay careful attention along the way.
- Don't become prematurely close to someone, even if that intimacy only occurs online.
- Trust your instincts and then move ahead with the right person!
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