While the overwhelming majority of members are using the site for its intended goals to bring together Christian singles for fellowship and romance, there are Internet scammers out there who will try to dupe you (though we are very good at catching and removing those who log profiles with us). This is a problem among all dating and social networking sites and is an issue we take seriously. This is a problem that we spend lots of time and resources to combat.
While being contacted by these types of individuals is an annoyance, please help us help you by not responding to them, and reporting them to us.
We do the following to help deter scam activity:
We expect you to use sound judgment when writing to people you have never met.
There are many different scams on the Internet and they are adjusted over time in an effort to find new ways of duping too trusting individuals. Some of the typical scams on the Internet include the following:
Other signs to look out for:
Please note that if a member has poor grammar or calls you "dear", this doesn't mean they are a scammer. We're just listing a general pattern to watch out for.
Please report any scammer accounts you come across. Our staff will promptly investigate the matter. You can attach screenshots of conversations, too.
If we have not already dealt with the scammer when we process your email, we will respond to let you know.
Thank you for your efforts in helping keep ChristianCafe.com a clean and scammer-free site.