In addition NZDating allows you to automatically block members who have been blocked by a specified number of other members, so your action in blocking someone helps other members avoid that person too.
Blocking a person effectively adds your vote that they are not worth talking to.
Equally true in a bar or nightclub, don't believe everything you read or hear online, as people can pretend to be anything they wish.
Take it slow, friendships and relationships take time to develop, and NZDating is the perfect vehicle to stay anonymous and learn a lot about people before meeting them.
It's always best to meet in a public location with plenty of people around - restaurants and coffee shops are a good starting place.
Earn each other's trust before taking it to the next level.
In today's world even making a call can reveal your phone number (with caller ID).
If you are still not 100% sure you may want to disable caller ID or use a public phone when calling.
Communicate using NZDating If you have no reason to take a conversation outside of NZDating you are best to communicate using the NZDating systems.
In extreme cases messages sent using NZDating systems can be traced and appropriate action taken, whereas external mail services may not be possible to validate and may fall outside of the NZ legal system.