Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Born By One

Creating communities one family at a time

Safety

The safety of our users and their children is of the utmost importance to us. We have done everything in our power to make Born by One the safest place for mums to connect. The Report button is clearly visible on every profile, so if there is a suspicious character, please report them so they can be removed.

 

Personal Information

You are in control of your BBO experience. Be careful who you share your personal information with. Information such as your phone number, email and address should be kept private until you are comfortable enough with someone to share it with them. Leave any personal contact information out of your profile.

 

Financial Information

If a user requests you to send money, report them immediately. Never give out financial information such as credit card number or bank information.

 

Note: We will never email you asking for your username and password information. Please report any such email.

 

Spam/Scammers

These red flags may indicate that you’re dealing with a scammer. Beware of anyone who:

• Sends you messages with links to third-party websites

• Quickly asks to talk or chat outside of BBO

• Asks you for money

• Vanishes mysteriously then reappears under a different name

• Asks for your address, even if it's for a gift or invitation.

 

Please Report suspicious users

 

Report any users who:

• Ask you for money or donations

• Look like they could be under the age of 13

• Are sending harassing or offensive messages

• Behaving inappropriately after meeting in person

• Fake profiles

• Spam or solicitation attempting to sell products or services

 

Arranging Playdates

Meeting mummy friends and their children for the first time is exciting, but always take precautions to help you and your kids stay safe:

It's important to get to know someone online before disclosing personal information or meeting in person. Submitting a Working with Children check is optional. Because of that, we encourage our users to do their research, trust their instincts and remain cautious.

Never meet in a private or remote location or at your home or apartment. We recommend a shopping centre, cafe or library for your first meeting.

Always keep your friends and family members informed of your plans. Tell them who you are meeting, where you are going and when you will return. Always have your phone with you and be easy to reach.

Always be in control of your ride to and from the first meeting.

Even if the person you’re meeting offers to pick you up, do not get into a car with someone you don’t know and trust.