Safety

It’s very important to us that our users stay safe, so please take a few minutes to read this. To make sure you donít run into trouble when using JigTalk, hereís some tips for you to ensure this.

Personal information: Keep hold of it!
Until you are comfortable enough with somebody, protect your identity whilst JigTalking until this is the case. You are in full control of anything you post onto JigTalk, so you can remain anonymous for as long as you wish. This personal information is stuff like your full name, home address, email and phone number. Finally, donít post any of the above inside your icebreaker answers!

Note: If you receive an email from ëusí asking for your login and password information (or any sort of information), it is not us! Please report it to the JigTeam immediately.

Financial information: Keep it private!
If a person asks you to send them money, no matter what their reason may be, ignore the request, let us known immediately, and keep your wallet/purse zipped. Financial information such as your credit card number or bank information must never (ever ever ever) be given out.

Report any user who goes against the rules of our Terms of use, or anyone you think is suspicious. Violations include:

Fraudulence (fake profiles).
Users acting inappropriately when meeting up in person.
Asking you for money or ëdonationsí
Harassing or offensive content (either public or private)
Anyone that looks under the age of 17
Trying to sell you a product or service

Signs of a scammer.
Keep your eyes peeled for the following:

Asks you to send them over money.
All of a sudden disappears, then returns onto JigTalk with a different name.
Asks to communicate with you outside of the app shortly into the chat.