Stay Safe Online: Basic Tips
Member Safety The safety of our members is important. Do not respond to people or emails claiming to be from Latitude that uses any email address that are not our verified, legitimate accounts. We will never contact you to offer you a job and we will never request your password password.
Check References It’s your responsibility to do your own research and remain cautious on any casting. Since they are provided from third parties, we do not verify casting details. We also don’t conduct criminal background checks on our members or castings in our database. Please contact us immediately if you recognize or suspect a member has a criminal record.
Tell Someone of Your Shoot or Meeting Plans Tell them who you are meeting or shooting with, where you are going, and when you will return. Include the shoot address, expected time of shoot completion, and the names of all parties on set to a third party not present. Always bring your phone with you.
Reporting Incidents and Members Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org You may also use this email address to contact the moderation team manager to submit a complaint about a specific moderator.
Getting Help Help is available to you via the National Sexual Assault Hotline. Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area. Visit online.rainn.org to chat one-on-one with a trained RAINN support specialist, any time 24/7. Reporting to law enforcement is a personal choice. RAINN’s website states that reporting “may have a positive impact on your recovery” and “can also have a positive impact on the lives of others.”
Keep Your Financial and Personal Information Private Ignore any request to send money – even if the person claims it’s an emergency – and report it to us immediately. Never give your financial information to other members, such as your social security number, credit card number, or bank information. Beware of members that:
Send you messages containing links to third-party websites
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission published advice on how to avoid online fraud.
Flagging Messages Please report anyone who sends you a message that seems odd, Please report the email by contacting us at email@example.com:
Adult industry networking (e.g. asking you to shoot adult content)
Sending pornographic images or links to porn, webcam, or escort websites
Sexual harassment, bullying, or personal attacks
Spam or solicitation, such as attempts to sell products or services
Additional Resources For more information about personal safety online, check out these resources: