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How do you meet safely the first time?

How does it actually work if you meet each other through a platform? How do you meet safely the first time? We are happy to give you a few tips to keep it less exciting and safe.

Tips to meet safely

???? Get acquainted digitally first. Did you find someone on our platform? Before you meet in person, you can call each other. Or even better: video calling! This way you will quickly notice whether you are a match. Easy from your own home and safe, it couldn't be better.

????️‍♀️Digital identity check. There are many ways to do an extra security check if you like:

  • See if anyone has areference (thanks or recommendations) from others. You can find this in your personal profile.
  • Find them on LinkedIn and check if the info is correct.
  • Ask for a legal ID and check this. An honest person will have no problem with this.
  • Ask for a Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG). Read more about the VOG on the website of the Ministry of Security and Justice .

☕Meet in public. For the first acquaintance, you can meet in a public place, such as the library or a cafe nearby.

????Tell me what you are going to do. Let friends or family know that you have made an appointment or bring someone with you.

????Get help from the professionals. We work with almost all social organizations, including one in your region. They can help you make an appointment.

Trust your gut feeling . Doesn't it click? Then keep looking until you have found your perfect match! Is something not right? Do not hesitate or let us know . We are here for you and to keep this platform safe for everyone!

Tip: also express your expectations to each other when you meet. That makes for a flying start. Here we have collected a few tips for that.

Good luck and enjoy your introduction!

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