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Here at Heartts, we rely on time-tested offline methods that underscore safety and confidentiality.

We remove our customer’s biggest fears about personal security, safety, and confidentiality.

Keeping you safe is one of our primary goals. If you don’t feel safe, you can’t be comfortable and relaxed as you start your journey. Photographer Eddie Hernandez has some great tips for staying safe on a first date and on social media.

Think carefully about the location of your first date.

Always choose a public setting when meeting up for the first time, preferably one where there are a lot of people. This can include malls, restaurants, or sporting events.

Tell a friend or family member where you are going.

If you are agreeing to meet with someone you’ve met through an online dating website or app, make sure you tell a close friend or family member about where you are going and when.

Monitor the photos you use on your social media.

Without thinking about it, the photos you post online can reveal a lot of information. In the background, they can reveal where you work or live. Be mindful to only post pictures that are tasteful and only show your face. Landmarks and addresses may appear in the back, so always lookout for those.