At CROSSPATHS, we’re proud to help like-minded Christians meet, relate and date. By asking members to choose their faith spectrum, we give single Christians a personalized way to match on values and beliefs.
To ensure that our Christian community remains safe, strong and appropriate, we have instituted the following community guidelines.
- Make sure your photos include you. Stay away from scenery, animated characters, or images of only your friends.
- Please do not use profanity or make obscene gestures.
- NEVER give out any personal information until you are 100% comfortable with your match.
- If someone asks you for money, immediately visit their profile and press “Flag” in the top right corner.
We’re With You
We take your safety and satisfaction very seriously. To help make your CROSSPATHS dating experience as enjoyable and successful as possible, we want to arm you with some important safety tips and advice.
It’s Personal — Use your first name as an initial “safety shield” while getting to know someone online. Wait until you feel completely comfortable before sharing any personal information with a match. And never leave your phone number, home address or personal email in your profile.
Take It Slow — It’s exciting when you click with one of your matches, but take your time. The best relationships are built on trust and respect, so patience will pay off. Remember, you control the pace of your dating journey.
Ask Away! — Don’t be shy. Asking questions is the best way to discover the person who’s right for you. It’s also a great way to uncover those who are not a good match.
Keep Money in Your Pocket — Never send money to someone you’ve met online! Report any interaction that feels like a scam or anyone who asks for money. Call 1-866-660-7924.
We’re Your Buffer Zone! — By using CROSSPATHS’s proprietary chat feature, you’ll know that we have your back. Once you start communicating outside of CROSSPATHS, our protective measures are limited.
Dating In Person
Meet in Public — Arrange your own transportation to and from your date. Always be sure to meet in a public place, like a restaurant or coffee café.
Tell a Friend — When heading out on a date, tell someone else where you’re going, who you’re going with, and ask him/her to check in with you later.
Trust Your Instincts — You know what’s best for you. Trust your gut feelings when meeting someone in person. You’ll really enjoy your experience when you have confidence in your interactions, both online and off.