How to Share Your IDShow your love interest you're legit
How to Share Your IDGive your love interest confidence you're legit
You might already have someone asking you for an ID. If that’s the case, congrats–you’re close to meeting up.
Here’s how to proceed.
Share via chat, text or email
The easiest way is to simply pass on your DateID username or profile URL. It will be dateid.com/your_username.
You can share it via chat on the dating app, or through text or email. To find your share link, log in and click on the green “SHARE PROFILE” button. Then copy the link.
Here’s my profile, as an example. You’ll see the green button in the upper right.
If will open a window where you can copy your URL.
And here’s a real example of me sharing it on a dating app.
Add your DateID profile to dating apps
Proactively sharing your ID on dating apps can help you get more matches, and real-life dates.
Here’s why it helps…
With so many fish in the sea, matching with desirable singles on dating apps can be hard. What’s even harder is getting people to reply to your messages and then agree to meet you in person.
The dating market is highly competitive and unless you look like Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie, you need to do everything you can to stand out.
Not to mention that everyone wants to know they can trust the person on the other end…
So add your DateID profile URL to your dating app profile, and upload your watermarked photo(s). We sent you a watermarked photo in your welcome email right after you signed up.
How to access more watermarked photos
You can download an unlimited number of watermarked photos from within the website, and upload them to dating apps.
To access your photos, just tap on your profile photo. If you’re logged in, click here.
Select the photo your and then tap the green “DOWNLOAD” button. Voila, a watermark will be added.
Do I get a physical or virtual ID card?
Once you’ve leveled up to Gold and completed ID verification, we add a blue verification badge to your profile, and a check mark next to your age. The badge looks like an ID card.
You can see an example of the ID verification badge below, marked in red (if you don’t have one, you’ve not completed ID verification).
Note that the location and photo verification badge and check mark are separate from ID verification.
Wait, are you absolutely sure I don’t need a physical card?
There’s no need for a physical or virtual card of any kind. They are easy to counterfeit/forge, and if we provided them, it’s 100% certain that would happen.
On the other hand, there’s absolutely no way to create a fake DateID Verified profile.
Not to mention that we live in a digital world and it’s easiest to simply share a link.
If you encounter anyone who does not accept your DateID profile as a valid form of verification, I am sorry to inform you that they are scamming you.
Romance scams are everywhere and it can happen to anyone (I fell for one before I created DateID).
If you don’t believe me, read these articles.