These are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you have a question, you’re very likely to find the answer here. The following applies to both profiles and comments.
Q- How Long Has DatingPsychos Been Online?
A- DatingPsychos.com was established in January of 2004.
Q- Why Was DatingPsychos.com Started?
A- DatingPsychos.com was established to help inform others of abusive, dishonest, or otherwise deceitful dating practices and marriages. Unfortunately, there are many dishonest and abusive people in this world. This constitutes a need for such a free service as DatingPsychos.com. DatingPsychos.com gives its patrons an opportunity to browse and report cheaters. Our service is offered to help others confirm the integrity of the dating process.
Q- I Forgot My Password. Now What?
A- Try going here to recover it. If that doesn’t work, or you no longer have access to the email you signed up with, you’ll have to create a new account.
Q- How Much Do I Have To Pay To Join DatingPsychos.com?
A- DatingPsychos.com is free to use. We don’t require any fees from our users.
Q- Is It Legal To Use A Photo Of My Ex When Submitting A Profile?
A- If you took the photo, and it is yours to use and share. Otherwise, if you are not the photographer, you MAY still be able to use the photo in certain circumstances. This is if it constitutes “fair use.” Section 1-7 of the Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. 107, gives you a limited right to use others copyrighted works “for purposes such as criticism and comment.” There are a number of factors taken into consideration when considering if infringement has occurred such as: whether you’re making money off from publishing the picture, whether the picture was already publicly available anyway, whether or not it’s worth any money, whether publishing it decreases its value, and several others. It’s important to know that none of these can solely determine what the courts would deem “fair use.” You are solely responsible for the content of the pictures posted and must comply with all copyright laws applicable to republishing and reprinting.
If you need more information on the safe harbor and take-down provisions of the DMCA, you can visit this page.
Q-Is DatingPsychos.com Legal?
A- Yes. DatingPsychos.com is simply a neutral platform that allows 3rd parties to post and publish comments and opinions, even if some of those publications are found to be defamatory or otherwise illegal by a court of law. Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA”), 47 U.S.C. 230, states that the providers and users of an interactive computer service are not liable for publishing information provided by others. Individuals who provide information in a forum posting are liable for publishing the content, not the website provider, which operates as an online social networking site. DatingPsychos.com only posts the information provided by an unrelated third party and does not endorse, approve, or otherwise evaluate the information posted, therefore, DatingPsychos.com is not responsible for the content of those posts, profiles, or comments.
Q- I Submitted A Profile And I Would Like To Remove It.
A- Please see our Removal Page
Q- Someone Has Posted False Or Inaccurate Information About Me On DatingPsychos.com. What Can I Do?
A- We do not verify the truth or accuracy of any user content. The originator of the content is solely responsible for it. Once the profile has been published, it can be removed by the original author. We will not remove the post without an order from an arbitrator or court. Therefore, your options are:
- Reply to the post. Tell your side of the story.
- We have agreed to abide by the arbitration decisions of Remove Names, a neutral third party arbitration company in order to maintain the integrity of the postings on this site. DatingPsychos.com does not own interest in the company, and we abide by their unbiased decisions in order to provide those that are falsely accused online a cheaper, quicker, and more confidential method for removing posts.
Q- Can I pay DatingPsychos.com to remove the post?
A- No. We do not accept payment from the accused or other third parties for profile removals. Please do not offer us any money to remove any profiles, we will not accept it. Profiles can only be removed by the original author, pursuant to an arbitrator’s decision or a court order.
Q- Do you edit the profiles?
Q- How can I contact the original poster/author of a post?
A- You cannot contact them directly. However, you may post a comment on the profile. The person who posted the profile will then get an email notification sent to the email that they have provided to us. You cannot remove any comment you make after it has been published. Your comment will only be erased if the original profile is erased by the verified author or challenged and successfully deleted.