A safe community is a great community

User Safety is Nevermet’s #1 priority.

Here are the rules and tools to keep our community đź’Ż
Nevermet is 18+. All users must enter their birthdate, and if they are under 18, they can’t use Nevermet until their 18th birthday.
Manual Reviews and Approvals
Every single user is manually approved into Nevermet by a human moderator. We review every profile to ensure it is following our Community Guidelines. If it does not, the user will be denied and notified with the reason they were denied.
ID Verification
To increase trust, users can age-verify by taking a picture of their government-issued ID and their face, to earn a blue checkmark, confirming that they have passed our age-verification test.
Age Verification
If Nevermet has any reason to suspect that a user has lied about their age, they will require the user to pass our age verification system in order to continue using Nevermet.
Control who can message you
Slide left to disconnect from a user, and they will no longer be able to message you.
Control who sees you
Activate “Invisible mode” to remove your profile from the feed.
Block and report users
Block users and they will not see you in their feed, nor will they be able to message you.

Report any user or piece of content that breaks one of Nevermet’s community guidelines.
Nevermet has strict community rules.
Our team reviews reported content and users ASAP and can suspend temporarily or block permanently users who do not comply with our community guidelines.


What happens when something or someone is reported?

Our staff is immediately notified, and looks into the report to identify the issue and respond accordingly.

What can I do if I believe another user is impersonating me?

Report the user in the app and select “impersonation” or email support [at] nevermet.io

How should I deal with a user who is bothering me?

Try telling them kindly that you are not interested. Then unmatch, or block the user using Nevermet’s tools. If their bothering becomes harassment, report the user to Nevermet either through the app or through support [at] nevermet.io

What should I do if I see a user threatening self-harm on Nevermet?

If you see content that indicates a user is in physical danger, please contact a local authority immediately. If you are concerned but don’t think there is a threat of immediate physical harm, there are many ways that you can extend a helping hand – for example, by replying to the user or by pointing them to an organization like the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.