Community Guidelines & Safety Tips
LikeIt is a great place because of the people who use it and you can help us keep it that way.
Be awesome. Have fun.
LikeIt is a great way to share the photos, interests, and friends that make you laugh, cry, or shout out loud. Heck, you can discover new people or connect with old friends while you are having a good time, but there are a few rules.
Be Respectful & Play It Cool
LikeIt is a community of people from around the world with different values and habits. Please respect each other.
Have fun liking and sharing things and people you are interested in. You will get more followers and help make LikeIt a better place for everyone to enjoy if you are authentic.
Credit Your Sources
Frames or games you create are most useful when they have links back to the original website or source. If you notice something is not sourced correctly, leave a comment so the member that contributed the content can update the source. We are building a community that respects copyrights—please do the same.
Report Objectionable Content
We do not allow nudity, hateful, sexual, or illegal content, or content that encourages people to hurt themselves or others. If you find content that violates our Terms of Service, you can submit the content for review by pushing the “Report” link.
Please tell Us How to Make LikeIt Better
We’re just getting started, so there are going to be bugs here and there. Let us know what’s working, where to improve and what you would like to see next. While we may not respond to each and every email, we take your input seriously. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LikeIt—Tips for Safe Online Dating
Safety first. It’s the mantra of every mom, and LikeIt.com. Your personal safety is our top priority, and should be yours as well. Read the advice below so you can proceed with caution that will help you and your mom rest easy.
Protecting Your Privacy
- NEVER share financial information with strangers.
- NEVER send or wire money to someone who claims to be in an emergency situation.
- NEVER say never. (Just kidding. We have Bieber Fever.)
- DON’T share personal information such as your phone number, address, or social security information.
- DON’T reveal your place of work or other potentially identifying information in your initial communications.
- DON’T speak. I know just what you’re saying. So please stop explaining. Don’t tell me cause it hurts. (Just kidding! Again! “No Doubt” we put that in there to make sure you’re still paying attention!)
Watch for red flags such as:
- People asking for your address under the guise of sending you gifts
- Wanton grammar, syntax, and spelling errors
- People claiming to be from the United States but currently living or traveling overseas
Trust your Spidey sense.
If it tingles, stop communicating. Always proceed with caution when communicating with strangers. Remember: you’re in control of your experience. You can remain anonymous as long as you want.
Protect your login information when accessing your account from a shared or public computer. Consider disabling the automatic sign-in feature so that others cannot see your username, password, or any other personal information.
Doing Your Homework
LikeIt does not run background checks. Since not all convictions appear in such screenings, we believe such checks may create a false sense of security.
We recommend you do your own due diligence before sharing personal information. You can do this by Googling potential suitors and/or contacting local public information authorities. Use common sense. If any person provides conflicting information or concerns you in any way, end the communication.
Take the following precautions when you meet someone for a first date:
- Drive yourself to the date.
- Always meet in a public place (Duh!).
- Be sure to inform a friend or relative about your whereabouts and set up a time to check in with them after the date.
- Bring your cell phone—charged.
- Stay sober. No alcohol.
- Keep track of your personal belongings.
Such violations include:
- Minors using the service
- Members sending harassing or offensive messages, chats, or video chats
- Copyright infringement
- Spam or solicitations, including ads for products or services
- Profiles containing abusive, violent, pornographic, or offensive pictures or content
- Fraudulent profiles
- Members seeking money or donations
Any outstanding issues, please email us at this email address.