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Rendez Saftey Tips


User safety is important to us.  You are in control of your RENDEZ experience and there are certain steps that you should follow to ensure your safety while using RENDEZ.  Please follow the guidelines and information below to help protect your personal safety and well-being. 


     a. Personal Information

Protect your personal information.  Limit what you share and do not give out your Social Security number, date of birth, address or any other personal information to those you do not know.  Practice discretion and be selective about who you exchange cell phone numbers and email addresses with.

Avoid sharing answers to potential security questions, including your place of birth, father’s middle name, mother’s maiden name, your best friend’s name, your favorite sports team or the make of your first car.  RENDEZ will never ask for your username and password.  Do not share this information if requested.  


     b. Financial Information

Protect your financial information.  Do not give out your credit card number or bank account information.  Ignore any requests for money under any circumstance.  

     c. Unknown Links

Be cautious of any links to third party websites that are sent to you.  Unknown links may be harmful or present risk of phishing.  Downloading third-party applications or installing unknown software may lead to viruses and give hackers access to your device.  Do not enter your personal or financial information on sites that are unknown to you.  

     d. Posts/Photos

Assume that what you post or share is public and permanent.  Users can easily print or save text messages and photos that are posted or exchanged with other users. 


     e. Report Abuse or Suspicious Activity

Please report abuse, suspicious activity or anyone who violates RENDEZ’s Terms of Use by sending an email to

Examples of Abuse or Suspicious Activity: 

  • Requesting money or to send a package.

  • Asking for personal or financial information.

  • Unclear or suspicious responses about one’s identity.

  • Vanishing mysteriously then reappearing under a different name.

  • Invitations to meet in a secluded location.

  • Sending harassing or offensive messages.

  • Suspicious or fraudulent profiles.

  • Solicitations of products or services.

  • Anyone who looks like they could be under the age of 13.



Always take safeguards and follow these tips to help protect yourself when meeting people through RENDEZ:

     a. Learn About the Other Person

Limit your interactions with other users to the RENDEZ Service.  Get to know other users through the Service.  Individuals who pressure you to meet privately or to exchange personal contact information immediately may be untrustworthy.   


     b. Meet in a Public Place

Meet any users of RENDEZ for the first time in a safe and public location where a lot of other people will be present.  Do not ever meet in a private or remote place, especially at your place of residence.  If, at any point, you feel uncomfortable, unsafe or threatened, leave immediately.  

     c. Inform Others of Your Plans

Tell roommates, friends or family members where and when you are meeting somebody you don’t know.  If plans change during the course of the night, let them know right away.  Have your cell phone available and with you at all times.

     d. Provide Your Own Transportation

Secure your own ride to and from the meeting.  Decline any offers to pick you up and do not get into a vehicle with someone you don’t know and trust – especially if it is the first meeting.

     e. Limit Your Alcohol Consumption

Consumption of alcohol and/or drugs can impair your judgment and lower your inhibitions, potentially putting you in danger.  It’s important to be cognizant of your surroundings and to be aware of anything that might put you at risk.  Do not leave your drink unattended and beware of anyone that might try to spike your drinks with foreign substances.


     f. Prepare Appropriate Items

Always carry with you a cell phone, ID and cash.  In the case of unexpected situations, you will need to have the necessary resources to get home safely.  Carrying pepper spray, Mace or other self-defense tools are just a few ways to protect yourself in a dangerous situation.  Be prepared for worst-case scenarios.   


For emergencies, immediately call 911.  Emergency situations include threats or acts of violence or sexual violence or if your or someone else’s health is in danger.

If you need help, support or advice related to physical or sexual assault, the following 24-hr. hotlines are available:

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE |


Planned Parenthood

1-800-230-7526 |


National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 |

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