TERMS OF USE Last Updated February 2019

These Terms of Use are current as at the date shown above. We update our Terms of Use from time to time, and we advise you to check any changes since the last time you used the services offered through the iservices.live site (the “Site”).

Users of the Site comprise Offer or Users and Recipient Users, as defined below (together “Users”).

Offer or Users create content displayed on the Site and are entitled to upload advertisements and create profiles in accordance with the Paid Services terms below. Recipient Users have access to content placed by Offer or Users and are given the opportunity to contact Offer or Users via the contact information uploaded by such Offer or Users.

Users are advised that continuing to browse the Site signifies consent to the Terms of Use current at the time when you visit the Site and that if you do not wish to be bound by the Terms of Use you should close the Site and cease to use the service.

Our use of your personal data is governed by our Privacy Policy which also sets out our use of cookies and similar technology. We only gather the minimum personal data, in compliance with the applicable laws which is necessary for us to provide the service in accordance with these Terms of Use, to comply with legal obligations on us, and to fulfil our legitimate interests with respect to improving the service, extending the geographic coverage of the service and promoting the safety and well-being of our Users.

If you wish to become an Offer or User, you will not be allowed to create a profile or to place an advertisement unless you confirm you accept the Terms of Use including the Acceptable Use Policy and Summary and Guidelines set out below at the time of placing that advertisement or creating that profile.

Please note that the Site is operated by iservices LDA and acts as a platform provider only (“we” or “us”). We do not exercise editorial control or pre-vet advertisements placed with us or User profiles created on the Site, although we will take down advertisements or profiles which:

contravene these Terms of Use; orcontain any malware or any other material which risks interfering with or degrading the proper performance of the Site; orwe consider in our absolute discretion to be prejudicial to the proper performance of the service; orwe consider are unlawful in nature (for instance anything which is harassing in nature, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, paedophilic, libellous, invasive of another’s privacy, harm minors in any way) or may be in breach of any applicable criminal laws or regulations binding on us; orconstitute or may constitute harassment or bullying of any other User or other third party; orare threatening, abusive or discriminatory; orare required by a judicial order from a competent court or competent government agency.

The sections marked “Acceptable Use Policy” and “Summary and Guidelines” set out in more detail material which is considered to contravene these Terms of Use, although it is for Users in each case to determine for themselves the laws applicable to any material contributed by them to the Site and such material’s compliance with the Terms of Use.

We reserve the right to ban Users for serious or repeated breaches of these Terms of Use. In the event of any take down of any advertisement or banning of any User we will not, in any circumstances, be responsible for any losses, claims, damages or expenses whatsoever arising out of such take down or ban, and no refunds for any monies paid to us will be granted save in the limited circumstances set out in the “Refunds Policy” below.


The service is an adult service and, by using the service, Users represent and warrant that they are 18 or over. Any misrepresentation by any User under 18 that they are 18 or over, or any circumvention of any age verification measures put in place by us will be a breach of these Terms of Use.

As stated above, Recipient Users should be aware that we do not exercise advance control over the content of the online ads placed by Offeror Users. The Site is not an intermediary or agent of any Users, and is not in any respect responsible for any risks, claims or liabilities arising out of any subsequent supply of services or other connection between any Offeror User(s) and any Recipient User(s).

By using the service, Users assume the full and exclusive responsibility for their behavior towards the Site and towards third parties including but not limited to other Users.

We are not responsible for and do not guarantee the veracity of the contents of any advertisements placed by Offeror Users, or the successful outcome of any negotiations between any Offeror User(s) and any Recipient User(s).

Limitation of Liability

Nothing in these Terms of Use applies to limit or exclude any liability of any party for death or personal injury caused by that person’s negligence or any person for whom they are responsible, or for fraud, or for any other liability which may not be excluded or limited by law.

The Site and its affiliates, and its or their affiliates, managers, employees, officers or directors do not accept any liability for:

any loss or damage to the extent it arises from circumstances outside their reasonable control;any loss or damage caused by any interruption in or non-availability of the Site or the service;any direct or indirect loss of profits, business, reputation, anticipated savings or turnover;any loss or corruption of data;any indirect, special, punitive, statutory or consequential losses whatsoever even if it has been advised of the possibility of such losses.

The Site’s and its affiliates’, and its or their affiliates, managers, employees, officers or directors’ liability to Users for any other losses and damages, whether arising in contract, tort, breach of statutory duty or under any legal theory whatsoever arising out of or in connection with the Site and the services shall (without prejudice to the Refunds Policy set out below), in the case of paid for services, be capped at an amount equivalent to the higher of the sums paid by any User in the twelve months immediately prior to the event giving rise to the claim or £500 and in the case of any other services, £150.

Each of the above provisions and sub-provisions are separate and independent provisions and a finding of nullity or unenforceability in respect of one provision or sub-provision shall not affect the enforceability of the other provisions which will remain in full force and effect.

Paid Services: Offeror Users

By publishing an advertisement on the Site (which includes creating an online profile), each Offeror User is authorizing us to promote it for its greater visibility in our discretion and to operate the service so as to facilitate maximum effectiveness in relevant geographical markets. By creating an online profile or placing an advertisement on the Site, Offeror Users confirm they are of legal age in the relevant jurisdiction, that they are the person identified in that profile and that they have not been coerced in any way.

An advertisement published by an Offeror User shall not in any manner be a violation of the applicable laws and regulations of the jurisdiction/country of residence of the Offeror User. In the event of a breach of these terms, or a violation of the applicable laws and regulations, we reserve the right to take down the advertisement without refund, to delete any applicable profile and to ban Users from creating any future profiles or placing any future advertisements.

Acceptable Use Policy

Users undertake not to use the service provided by the Site either improperly or contrary to the provisions of applicable law, regulation, rules of ethics and good conduct of the network services. Users, in particular, undertake not to transmit through the Site material of offensive and libellous nature, discriminatory, harassing, defamatory, pornographic, paedophile, vulgar, blasphemous or which is in some way contrary to the principles of public order and good morals.

Offeror Users are responsible for complying with all applicable laws with respect to the content of their advertisement. In particular, Users must not advertise any services or publish any data/content which it is unlawful to perform/publish within their jurisdiction.

Offeror Users warrant that they are the data subjects of or that they have the explicit and informed consent of all persons whose personal data is included in any advertisement placed by them and that they will not use any material in their advertisements which contravenes the copyright or other intellectual property rights of any third person without having the permission of that third person.

Offeror Users are aware that by including an email address in advertisements hosted by the Site, we have no control over any materials which may be sent directly to that email address, whether by other Users or otherwise, and whether in answer to that advertisement.

Summary and Guidelines

Offeror Users have their specific attention drawn to the following summary of the above Terms of Use. For the avoidance of doubt, we offer this summary as a convenience to our Users and it should not be taken to constitute legal advice as to when material is lawful to include in advertisements and profiles.

Advertisements that contain references to sexual services in exchange for money are not allowed;Inserting pornographic pictures that contain obscene images or explicit images of genitalia or which otherwise contain material which would be obscene in nature and contrary to the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations is not allowed;Any material which contravenes the rules on “extreme pornography” including erotic material which depicts acts which appear to be non-consensual, which appear to involve animals, which appear to involve sexual acts with dead bodies, or which depict acts which appear to threaten a person’s life or acts which result, or are likely to result, in serious injury to a person’s anus, breasts or genitals are not allowed;Any material which makes use without each participant’s consent of erotic material provided on private occasions (“revenge porn”) is not allowed;Any material which depicts, promotes, induces or offers sexual activity with minors or which otherwise promotes or encourages paedophilia (“paedophile material”) is not allowed;The insertion into any advertisement or profile of paedophile material will be immediately reported to the competent authorities, including all the access and meta data. We also reserve the right to report material which contravenes our rules on extreme pornography or revenge pornography;By placing advertisements or creating profiles, Users certify that they have full legal rights to do so, and also declare and warrant that the material uploaded belongs to persons of legal age (over 18) who have given their free and informed consent to publish them on the Site;Prior to publishing an advertisement on the Site (which includes creating an online profile), each Offer-or User will confirm by means of the [https://.iservices.live], that they are of legal age in the relevant jurisdiction, that they are the person identified in that profile and that they have not been coerced in any way. Unless the Offer-or User gives such confirmation, they will not be able to publish their advertisement or make use of the service;It is permitted to publish the same advertisement in a maximum of three different cities;It is not permitted to repeat the same advertisement in the same city during the same time period; andIt is not permitted to include hypertext links in any advertisement or profile.

Subject to these terms and conditions, we will operate the service in our sole discretion but with the object of facilitating maximum effectiveness in relevant geographical markets.

These Terms of Use are governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Fraud and Scam Warning from iservices

Most dating sites are full of scammers and these sites aren’t doing anything to stop them. After all, they look good, they have nice model photos and profiles and attract more members.

iservices is different and makes great efforts to get rid of scammers. Many suspicious profiles are deleted every day. Unfortunately, some scammers are really good at what they do and manage to slip under our radars. You can help us get rid of scammers by reporting suspicious profiles to us, so we can remove them.

A scammer needs money for transportation expenses to meet you

You may exchange many emails and talk on the phone for days or much longer before deciding to meet. At this point, scammers may request money to cover transportation expenses such as bus fares, gas, airplane tickets, and so on. After you send the money they requested, you will never hear from them again or they will tell you ongoing excuses to delay the trip and request even more money.

A scammer has a trouble story and needs your help

Scammers may tell you that they are sick, or have a sick child, or one of their parents, and needs your help. They may also be stuck in a country, usually Nigeria or Russia, be arrested and needing to pay a lawyer to get out of the country, or may say they can’t get back home because of owing money to somebody. They may say their credit card, money, or ID was stolen as well. Whatever the story may be, they are good at trying to make you feel sorry for them. You may feel bad and obliged to send money and help them. After all, you are led to believe that this can be your future spouse; however, this is a scam!

A scammer says he/she is starting a charity and needs donations

Think about it. Why would real charity organizations use dating sites to get donations? This is definitely a scam.

A scammer offers you money

Scammers may plan to visit your country or city. They may send you counterfeit cashier checks in advance and “trust” you with cashing them. They may ask you to buy something for them and send it, or just have the money ready for when they come. Then they cancel the trip, and ask you to send the money back. Not only will you lose the money you end up sending back to them, but you can also be found guilty for cashing false checks.Also, watch out for scammers offering you money as loans in large amounts of cashier checks. They may try to threaten you if you are not able to pay it back immediately.

A scammer is really pushy for your contact and personal information

Scammers sometimes may be pushy for your e-mail address to add and sell it to a worldwide database for all sorts of purposes. They may ask you to give them your email address so that they can send you a photo. Just remember, if they can send you a photo via email, they can easily upload it to our website for free. Also, do not send such people any photos via email no matter how much they push for it. You may not get any reply back from them, since they already have what they wanted from you: your email address.

Warning Signs to look out for

Scammers use photos from modeling sites and magazines.

Scammers often ask right away for your email address or they give you theirs right away. They want to communicate off the website as soon as possible.

Scammers tend to make hard, “feel-sorry-for” stories and ask for help or money, or even get you to offer them money or help.Scammers will offer you money. They will do this in order to gain your trust and send counterfeit checks, and this will get you in trouble with the banks.

Scammers may say they are from your country, but have lost their ID’s, have been arrested or injured while working in a foreign country. Then they will ask you to lend them money to get back home.

Scammers are mostly from Africa, especially Nigeria. There are large companies, where people get paid for sitting and sending spam letters all day to hard-working, innocent people. This is a huge business in Africa! African countries are not within the membership area of iservices, but sometimes they might slip through registration. Report them immediately!

There are many members, who enter large numbers of fake profile photos of super-models, and women, who are drop-dead gorgeous. They use these profiles to lure men into falling in love and sending thousands of dollars to help them with medical, personal, or family problems, or even to pay for travel and visa fees to visit them. The photos are fake, and the girls are not real, well, even though they are real, they are not who you think they are, and you will never meet them. Remember to report them immediately!

Scammers often write or speak very broken English and use automated translators, making their profiles and language usage strange. Some examples: “ I rather nice girl. Have me to brown eyes, light hair. my size is 165 centimeters…. I like having wallpaper good for me of house. Of course I am work seriously. I like options. I sometimes be impatient, gender and happy. I see your technique at this site like and find it good”“i am god fearing man and like to find a woman that makes me really go crazy. and I want her to be with me asap”.

Scammers often don’t speak English at all and may not even know what to say. Sometimes they put the text they use to mass e-mail people as their profile description: “My name is John Williams, am 50 years, single and am from England. I saw your profile here and loved to be friends for very long time and get to know you. I am operator and also father with a grown son. am searching for a real relationship and i cant resist getting to know you more and better. i want to meet you in person and talk more, we can talk more on yahoo ID. If you have, add me ……so we talk and get to know each-other more….i wait for you reply offline. my son say “daddy, you need someone after being alone all these years”…please talk to me, I wait for your reply. Love, John”.

Scammers may also copy some other users’ profiles, so they sound more realistic. They also use fake photos of models, or the photos of the people who sent them photos in the past.Scammers often write very flattering emails full of flirts and compliments to members completely out of their age range, especially to those, who stated that they are widows or really lonely.

Scammers try to build trust upfront by giving you a lot of their personal information to make you comfortable in sharing yours. They also make up false first and last names in their profiles. Common names are like “John Williams”, “Greg Smith”, and so on. If it sounds like a fake name, chances are it probably is! Another example of a scam email is someone from Nigeria writing: “Hello dear. I am Kenneth Cole from sunny Phoenix, Arizona. I am actually from Singapore. I am graduate from Anglia Technical University in Essex UK and also a diploma holder from Arizona State College in graphic designing. I am handsome, Nice, Funny, and like Swimming, Sports, and Traveling.”

Scammers want you to get off the website to communicate offline as soon as possible. The reason may be that they cannot accept responses through the dating site, or are afraid that their messages may be monitored.

Scammers may send you very poetic emails, beautiful words, and very flattering compliments. They may also be seductive, use pet names, and frequently use “dear”. Their emails often sound general, so that they can mass email them to many people.

Scammers may invite you to another website, or even to a porn or webcam website. Think about it, why would they be on one site and ask to go to another? These sites are set up to gather your personal info, such as credit card information and email address, and can also harm your computer by sending viruses and spyware.

Romance scams

A romance scam occurs, when someone you have just found pretends to show affection and romantic intentions. Once trust is gained, the scammer will take advantage of the victim and gain access to the victim’s money, credit cards, passport, bank accounts, email accounts, and other information to commit fraud.

The most scammers come from, but are not limited to, Lagos and Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Ivory Coast or Cote d’Ivoire. These countries are blocked from the membership area of iservices. This type of scam is very common on online dating sites, so be aware, and be smart.

What should you do when you find a scammer?

Report the scammer immediately! You should avoid this type of people, don’t waste any time on them. Help us be scammer-free, and report any scam members you find.

Have fun, take care, and be aware!



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If you have any grievance with respect to the Platform or the Service, you can contact our grievance officer at:

i. Designation: Head-Customer Support and Content Qualityii. Email: support@iservices.live


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