Safety Guidelines

Safety Guidelines

Last Updated: July 26, 2021


Users are expected to abide by ForeveRx’s Community Guidelines. Our mission is to support safe interactions between users that lead to meaningful connections on and off the application.

Once you’ve matched with a potential date, here are some best practices we recommend:

  1. Trust but verify – One major benefit of our application is that every user is verified upon the initial onboarding stage, mitigating the risk that your match is a catfish. We do not allow unverified users onto our application. Every user is required to upload their driver’s license which is then matched with their selfie for an image verification.That being said, always take your physical safety into account. Choose a public place such as a coffee shop for your first meet up!
  2. Inform those close to you – It is a good practice and we highly recommend telling a close friend or family member about your plans for a date! Share details such as your date’s name and the location where you’re meeting. Be sure to follow up that you’re home safely.
  3. Prioritize your personal safety – If your date acts inappropriately via chat or in-person, do not hesitate to report the individual to us. We encourage you to do so to protect you as well as our ForeveRx community. Importantly, do not feel you have to sit uncomfortably during a bad date! Always put your emotional and personal wellbeing first.
  4. Seek advocates – If you ever need help to get out of a bad situation, know that you’re not alone, particularly when at a bar, restaurant or coffee shop. Politely excuse yourself and notify a staff member wherever you are about your problem. If dealing with something more serious, it never hurts to call the police for additional support.

ForeveRx has a zero tolerance policy against harrassment, sexual abuse, and violence. Reports of any violations of this policy will be investigated and violating users will be immediately removed from the app. If you or someone you know has been abused, harassed, or hurt, there are specialty organizations offering 24/7 confidential support.

Call The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) or go on to chat with a live advocate.

If you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.
Reporting users

Users are able to anonymously report users who display inappropriate behavior/content, have a fake profile, and/or violate our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service. Once you report a user, you will no longer see their profile and they will no longer be able to view yours. Our team will review reports and respond accordingly. False reporting will not be tolerated and is subject to account suspension.

If you have any questions/concerns, please email