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Why Was My Profile Rejected ?
Rejected profiles occur when members include unacceptable information in their profiles.
Unacceptable information includes
- Offensive language or sexually explicit material
- False information
- Not enough information to make up a worthwhile profile
- Material promoting any commercial enterprise
- Personal Identifying information. This includes, your real name, phone number, email address, MSN number or any web site address.
All profiles are checked by humans - not robots!
If you try to hide personal details like email addresses in your publicly viewable description - a moderator will find it - and your profile will be 'rejected' or probably 'deleted' completely. If your profile is 'rejected' you can login and fix the problem, which will then be subject to management approval. If your profile is deleted - try somewhere else, because your IP address has probably been put on the blacklist.
I live in another country - can I still join?
No. This site is protected by MinFraud. You cannot join if you are Not living in Australia. We were sick of scamming Russian, Nigerian and Eastern European's posing as - Super Models - and then sending mail to every male member on the site telling them how they wanted to spend the rest of their lives with them (....without even looking at their profiles!) We are always on the look out for scammers trying to scam our members. These people will then conduct private email conversations and then start asking for money.
NB: NEVER SEND MONEY TO ANOTHER MEMBER ON A DATING SITE.
These profiles are constantly tracked and deleted! We log all IP addresses of suspect accounts. Members can report suspicious behaviour to the Admin Team.
You can read about more dating site security information here.
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