Invitation and Safety policy

Safety and getting invited tips

Read the safety and getting invited tips before meeting with any user on the hapy app services. It is very important to be aware and taking precaution before using our services. The safety of our users is very important to us. There are steps that everyone can follow to ensure their safety while using hapy.

1. Financial information

Never give out financial information such as your social security number, credit card, debit card number or bank information. Don’t entertain any request to send money or deal with anyone in cash transaction . Please report to us such activities immediately.

2. Personal information

Protect your identity till you know someone properly. Just Be careful about sharing personal information, such as your full name, phone number, email and address. Don’t reveal yourself till you are sure about the user.

3. Spam/Scammers

Be aware of anyone who sends you

  • messages containing links to third-party websites
  • quickly asks to talk or chat outside of hapy
  • asks you for money
  • vanishes mysteriously then reappears under a different name
  • asks for your address under the guise of sending flowers or gifts

4. Report suspicious users.

Examples of terms of use violations includes:

  • asking you for money or donations
  • anyone that looks like they could be under the age of 18
  • users sending harassing or offensive messages
  • users behaving inappropriately after meeting in person
  • fraudulent profiles
  • spam or solicitation
  • sharing pornographic / child abuse / drugs related contents.

Please report anyone who violates our terms of use.

5. Meeting In Person ( getting invited )

Before every meeting , always take precautions and follow these guidelines to help you stay safe:

5.1 Get to know the other person before meeting them offline

Don’t be in a hurry to meet someone, please ensure that you have some common connections. Get to know through chat, or any other means of communication before disclosing personal information or meeting in person. We only help you connect, We don’t conduct criminal background checks on our users, so it’s up to you to do your own research and profiling. Remain cautious.

5.2 Always meet in public

Meet for the first time in a populated, public place – never in a private or remote location, and never at your home or apartment. Try to meet close to your home or work places. Don’t have something which has foul smell .Don’t have too much alcohol. Always stay in your senses.

5.3 Tell a friend Inform a friend or family member of your plans

Tell them who you are meeting, where you are going and when you will return. Bring your phone with you and stay connected. Keep your cell phones on, share your location or informed once you have reached the venue.

5.4 Drive yourself to and from the first meeting

Be in control of your own ride – even if you take a taxi. Securing your own ride is important. Even if the person you’re meeting volunteers to pick you up, do not get into a vehicle with someone you don’t know and trust, especially if it’s the first meeting. Try travelling through a public transport if traveling together for the first time.

6. Health Safety

Hapy experiences means hapy relationships. It is important aspect of any healthy relationship is to ensure proper sexual health and safety of each other. In that context, below are some tips for anyone forming a new relationship.

6.1 Protection

Individuals should use proper protection on every such occasion. Condoms and other mechanisms can significantly reduce the risk of contracting or passing on an STD, such as HIV. To be effective, however, any protective measure must be used consistently.

6.2 Be open and honest.

It is completely reasonable to have a conversation with your partner regarding sex before actually having it. All issues ranging from the number of partners each of you has had, to the last time each of you was tested for STDs are fair game. It is important to be completely honest in these conversations.

6.3 Vaccinate

The risk of contracting some STDs can be reduced through vaccination. Talk to your doctor or a professional at a sexual health clinic to learn more.

6.4 Know your status.

Know your status. Some STDs don’t show symptoms. Regular testing is critical to staying on top of your health and helping prevent the spread of STDs. After testing, always ask for a copy of your test results so you are sure of your status.

Note: hapy will never send you an email asking for your username and password information. Any such communication should be reported immediately.

Follow these guidelines to have a hapy, safe and enjoyable experiences.

Be hapy!, Keep others hapy!