Anyone can see your profile and get all the details about your profession and family background even if you don’t share your real name. And, what’s the need? Let the other person first show interest and then when you are sure to move forward with the relation, it gives you the right time to share your real name. Even the other person will certainly understand this.
Email is always the right channel to share further details if anyone shows interest on a matrimonial site. There have been so many instances where girls and in some cases even boys are stalked by the fraudsters once the relationship doesn’t take the next step or the other person feels annoyed with the rejection. So, you should never share phone number or home address. For a phone number, it’s safer to give any senior family member’s number rather than sharing your own.
Sometimes the friendship on a matrimonial site gets so deep that people even start helping each other on financial terms as well. But, this can become a very risky affair and a person may cheat the other in any manner after getting the bank details. So, one must avoid indulging in forming financial relations before the relation gets finalized.
Everything you share or the other person shares should always be known to your family. It always keeps you in a safe zone and the other person also thinks hundred times before taking any harmful step.
Many a time, people start meeting the other person after just a few conversations online. Obviously, that is the next step, but the meeting should never be held in private. Such meeting should always be a family affair as it’s not only safe, but also develops confidence in the couple.
Sharing of private pictures should never be done on any such matrimonial sites. A passport size photo is enough to let the person have an idea or just for the sake of completing the formalities of the matrimonial sites. However, anything apart from that shouldn’t be shared till the relationship is finalized.
Jeevansathiindia offers you various privacy options to protect the details of your profile and decide who views and contacts you.
You can restrict access to your Photo, Horoscope and Reference by protecting them with passwords and only members to whom you give the password can view your details.
You can ignore profiles during search in the View full profile section. Only paid members can block profiles during search in the View full profile section.
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You can make use of these services to find out if a profile is genuine and safe to contact.
You can verify a member's credentials using Matrimony Stamp and Reference.
Matrimony Stamp is a seal of trust that members can have on their profile. A member will receive the Matrimony Stamp as soon as his/her Educational Certificates, Residence Proof and Payslip are uploaded. The member will get the Matrimony Stamp only when he/she uploads all the three documents. Otherwise, only the uploaded documents will be shown on his/her profile. If you are a businessman or are Non-working, upload your Educational Certificates and Residence Proof to get the Matrimony Stamp. Only the Paid members have the privilege of viewing the documents, but the member can control who can view them.
Matrimony Reference is a copyright feature which enables members to add references of relatives, friends and colleagues for the purpose of marriage. It helps members gather more information about prospects from their near and dear ones.
'Marriages are forever' and it is important that you choose the right person. Take care to ensure your safety while searching for a life partner. Here are 5 golden rules you should follow to stay safe.
Be cautious in your communication and take your time in getting to know the person you're interested in. Don't give out very personal details like credit card and bank account information. Watch out for people who ask unwanted questions or vague about their answers.
Do not meet alone until you know the person really well. If you're meeting for the first time, try meeting in public places like coffee shops and avoid meeting in hotel rooms or any private place. Also keep your friends or family informed before you set out.
You can recognise a money scam when members ask for money. Beware of such people and do not pay anything for visa purposes or any such issues. Never discuss financial matters with someone you just met and hardly know. It could be highly unsafe.
Marriage is a union of two families and not just two people. Keep your family informed about all your proceedings and involve them in your decision-making to be on the safe side. Make sure you introduce the prospect to your family.
Getting married is a lifetime decision and no one can determine what's best for you than yourself, so it's also your responsibility to ensure your own safety and take precautionary steps.
Report violation and enable us to take immediate action. You will be helping yourself and other members not to fall prey to miscreants.
When you see a fraudulent profile you should inform us about it by reporting violation so we may check on the profile and take necessary action against the member.
When someone harasses you, you should report violation so we may put an end to it by taking necessary action against the miscreant.
You can report violation by sending a mail to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, it is mandatory that you reveal your identity while reporting violation; however, your identity will be kept confidential and will not be disclosed to the miscreant.