We take safety very seriously at Friendbase.
As the producer of a virtual world platform inhabited by a significant amount of teenagers, we are cognizant of the importance for you, as a member, to feel welcome and safe. We here at Friendbase have a deep commitment towards running a platform that is fun, friendly, and vibrant.
The Friendbase social messaging platform is a virtual world inhabited by real people chatting and playing games together. Friendbase allows you to have a million friends in their pocket, and gives you the opportunity to make new friends from every corner of the globe.
The purpose of Friendbase is to cultivate friendship and to have fun; as such, we consider it extremely important that you, and all members, feel comfortable in this virtual environment. We take a two-prong approach towards online safety depends on our company commitment, along with the commitment of the community at large. We encourage our members to feel empowered to use available tools to report inappropriate behaviour on the platform. And as a company we deal with reports in a serious and timely fashion, while also creating an environment conducive to respect and easy-to-use reporting tools.
We also have several partners to help us out, all dedicated to your safety.
Friendbase is for teens 13 years and up. Please respect the age limit.
Help us keep you safe by reporting inappropriate behaviour. You can report the person directly in Friendbase by clicking on the Report icon. Or you can send us an e-mail at email@example.com
We have a zero tolerance for bad behaviour. We will ban users who;
· Send harassing or offensive messages
· Ask for money or donations
· Register fake accounts or lie on their profiles
· Send or encourage spam or solicitation, such as attempts to sell products or services
· Are underage and that have registered under a false age (under 13 years old)
Do not give out your personal details. Do not share your personal phone number, e-mail address, or home address.
If anyone is abusive, harassing you, pressuring you in anyway - walk away and stop communicating with that person immediately. Don’t talk back, get annoyed or try to argue, that will only make them try harder.
Do NOT agree to video chat with people you don’t trust or know offline.
NEVER agree to meet people you don’t trust or don’t know offline. When meeting anyone IRL, always make sure you meet in a public place, bring a friend or a parent and make sure your friends and family know where you are. Keep safe!