Anonymity / Privacy
Q. How does JustSayYesToLove.com protect my privacy?
Q. How are the emails I send to other members anonymous?
A. JustSayYesToLove preserves your privacy by directing your emails through our double-blind system — our exclusive technology that strips your real email address and replaces it with your username and the domain JustSayYesToLove.com. Then the system forwards your messages to the members you’re emailing.
Sending anonymous email.
One way to contact members is by clicking the "email me" link in their profiles. The other way is to address your email to username@JustSayYesToLove.com, inserting the intended recipient’s username. Note: You only can send anonymous email from the address you gave us when you signed up.
Replying to email from other members.
DO NOT SIMPLY PRESS YOUR REPLY BUTTON. Doing so may reveal your real email address. Before you send your reply, ensure you’ve turned off your auto-signatures and auto-responders. Read through your responses to ensure your actual email address does not appear. Make certain not to copy (cc:) or forward email to yourself when you send a message from your own email program.
Q. Why can’t my password be the same as my email address?
A. Your password is a unique word or phrase that you select. Unlike your email address, your password should not correspond in any way to your identity outside the JustSayYesToLove.com community - ensuring that your anonymity is protected until you decide to reveal it.
What is my username and password?
For security purposes, account passwords are encrypted, so it will be necessary to create a new password for your account if you've forgotten your existing login information.
To create a new JustSayYesToLove password, please follow the steps below:
1. Go to our website at www.justsayyestolove.com
2. Click “Sign In” at the top of the page.
3. If you don't remember your password:
Just enter your email address in the Username box, then click on "Send My Password".
5. Enter the e-mail address associated with your account
6. Click the “Continue” button.
You will then receive an e-mail containing your JustSayYesToLove username and a randomly generated temporary password within a few minutes. This e-mail will also contain instructions on how to log into your account with your temporary password.
If you do not receive this e-mail within a few minutes, please check any SPAM or Junk-mail filters that may be active on your personal e-mail account.
Why can’t I see my photo?
If your photos aren't visible yet, it's due to one of these reasons:
You uploaded the photos and we have not yet approved them.
This process usually takes 24 hours but can vary based on volume. We appreciate your patience. If there is a problem with your pictures you will hear from us via e-mail.
There was a problem with the photos you uploaded.
If the photos you uploaded were too big (maximum file size __MB) or unusable for some other reason, we will contact you via e-mail.
You mailed your photos for JustSayYesToLove to scan and post.
We have many users who physically mail photos in for scanning. This does take extra time. You may want to consider taking your photos to a Kinko's and having them scan and e-mail your photos.
Kinko's, as you probably know, is a photocopier store. They also have photo scanners, and the staff is usually really nice. Just take your favorite picture of yourself down to the closest one, and tell them that you need it to be scanned.
Tell them that the final result should be a JPEG file that is about ___ pixels wide, and a maximum size of __MB. Then, you can e-mail the file to us as an attachment;
To upload photos, please follow the steps below:
Log into your JustSayYesToLove account
Click on the “Add/Edit Photos” link;
Click on the “Add Record” subheading link;
On the Add Photo page, you will see a "browse" button. Click this, and select the photo file you want to upload.
Then click "Upload Photo" and the photo should appear. Then click save photo.
Q. I like meeting people face to face. Why should I look for love online?
A. Just like most people discover in relationships, no two people are exactly the same. Some of our members choose online dating in lieu of bars and other options, some do it in addition to their usual routine, and some people do it just because they want to try it out. But for the price of a couple drinks, you could subscribe for a month and look for lots of right people right from your home. Also, before contacting someone, you can get to know a lot about them by looking at their profile. So if you want to skip the hassle of the bar scene and look for love whenever you want, click here to take the Mastering Relationship profile for free.
Q. Does online dating really work?
A. Don’t ask us, ask the more than 200,000 people who met that special someone last year on line. The statistic that is rarely spoken about is – how many stay together for life. On JustSayYesToLove.com we teach men and women how to create successful relationships. And you know how all those happy beginnings got started? Click here to become a member.
Q. Is online dating safe?
A. Online dating is no more or less safe than any other kind of dating. We have Online Dating Safety Tips that you should read before going on a date, click here. Most tips are just common sense, and should be used in any dating situation. The most important ones are to meet in a safe, public place, and make sure you’re not feeling pressured.
Q. What are the odds of meeting someone I’m interested in on JustSayYesToLove.com?
A. Very Good. Although neither dating nor love has a formula or statistical equation you can use over 200,000 people met that special someone on line last year. The statistic that is rarely spoken about is – how many stay together for life. On JustSayYesToLove.com we teach men and women how to create successful relationships. But at the same time, it’s not a roulette wheel. You have to get out there, make yourself seen, and give it some effort. So, put the protractor down, take the Mastering Relationship profile for free by clicking here, and let the probability distribution functions work themselves out.