Helpful Hints for finding your iNaseeb Online
Each year thousands of people meet their partners online and have a drama-free and enjoyable experience. Please take the time to read through our “Finding Your Naseeb Safety Tips” to make sure that your experience is safe and fruitful insha’Allah.
Before you start
iNaseeb allows you to remain anonymous to other users until you feel ready to provide your contact information to other members.
Please never include your personal contact information in your profile, such as your telephone number, email, home address or your last name.
Only provide your contact information to another member when your instincts tell you this is someone you can trust and would like to connect with.
Keep your passwords confidential and unique. Choose a unique password for our site that you don’t use anywhere else.
We recommend that your password contains a combination of Upper case and Lower case letters, numbers and symbols (e.g. !&#)
How to avoid unnecessary problems
Ask a lot of questions when communicating with other members and be alert for inconsistencies or requests for money. Please report to admin if you are suspicious of anything for us to investigate in order to keep you and other members safe from ingenuine and harmful requests. Please send your concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to investigate the matter and remove and ban any members that abuse the service.
Alternatively, if you are suspicious of a person or if someone asks you for money, please report the situation to us by using the "Report Abuse" icon located on the member's profile or by email as previously stated.
Although we highly encourage members to get their profiles validated, we cannot validate the identity of our members or the information that they submit on their profiles if they haven’t complied with our voluntary profile validation request. Although iNaseeb take steps to eliminate any suspicious members, it is not possible to be 100% sure that all members will be honest and truthful in their dealings with other members so please be alert and use common sense when communicating with other members and please report any suspiciousness in order to protect others as well assisting us to build a trusting and safe online Community to serve for years to come.
NEVER send money to anyone who you met online and haven’t yet met in person. Should a member request money from you, please practice caution with your dealings with this member and report it asap. You will not receive requests from iNaseeb for additional payment unless it is to renew your membership or to purchase additional counselling sessions. All emails will be sent via our official email address with no changes to the email (email@example.com ONLY).
Before you meet with another member
Before you meet a member in person, attempt to find out as much as possible about them. We advise that you do not disclose your phone number or personal contact information until you feel comfortable to do so.
When you do decide to meet face to face, pick a public place and tell a friend where you're going, ideally taking a friend or family member along with you to adhere to Islamic rulings of meeting members of the opposite sex.
Take your time to get to know the person. Proceed one step at a time and at your own pace.
If courting a person located in a foreign country, be aware of cultural differences and take the time to learn the culture and understand the other persons’ expectations about the relationship. Spend as much time together as is possible getting to know the person and don't just rely on email and instant messaging. NEVER make the decision to elope with someone you have met online. Take your time, be sensible and cautious, and seek advice from family/friends or our caring Psychologists.
Investing additional time to get to know the person before things get serious will help you to avoid costly mistakes.Take your time in getting to know the person and don’t rush into marriage. The engagement period is the ideal time to take things one step at a time, understanding one another’s cultural differences, expectations, future goals etc. Please do not rely on emails, phone calls etc to get to know someone.
Each year many people all over the world meet their spouse and live a happy, loving life together. Please ensure before marrying that you have some insight on what could go wrong and understand what your rights are. As marriage is an important chapter in our lives, it isn’t a decision that should be rushed. Please make sure you know as much as possible about your partner, their family, cultural customs etc.
And remember, if anything feels “off” or you notice inconsistencies or feel suspicious towards someone, please trust your instincts or feel free to book a phone session with our Psychologist to discuss your concerns.
And remember, always pray Istakhara! Put your trust in Allah swt. If you see “Red flags” then it’s a sign for you to move on. As Prophet Muhammad pbuh said, “Trust Allah but tie your camel.”
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