WhatsYourPrice Tutorial: User Reporting


WhatsYourPrice is dedicated to providing a safe and fun space for its users to meet and arrange first dates without the frustrations of typical dating sites. Help us safeguard our community by reporting users who break our terms of service by following the three easy steps outlined below. 

Step 1: Select the 3 dot drop-down

Select the 3 dot drop-down located on the top of the profile of the individual in question.


Step 2: Select Report or Block User

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Step 3: Complete the short form & submit

Complete the short form by selecting the reason for reporting; please be sure to include all pertinent details in the description box. Feel free to send screen shots or any additional proof of infraction to our customer support team via email at [email protected].

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If you experience an issue with a user that you feel falls in line with a breach of our Terms of Use, please report! However, if you feel that a user is unattractive, too cheap, or otherwise undesirable, but not necessarily breaking site rules, block & move on.

Learn more about protecting your personal information, creating a safety plan, and scouting fakes in our online dating safety blog.

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8 Responses to “WhatsYourPrice Tutorial: User Reporting”

  1. Perry says:

    I mysteriously had a record of a user who accepted one of my offer’s suddenly and without question disappear. I filed a complaint for which I also could not find even though I printed a copy of the confirmation after the submission WITH the ticket number on it. Now it looks like the original item that disappeared has returned and ANOTHER one took it’s place in vapor land. I submitted a second ticket to the site to see exactly what’s going on and why I’m having to unlock correspondence by using credits I PAID FOR associated with what appears as a non existent member. This all appears to be quite sketchy and points to some truly underhanded invasion of sites by potential scammers or Law Enforcement to entice victims for prosecution. I have not heard any reply to either of my tickets submitted to this site but I will convey what I hear if anything arises. I’m most annoyed if I paid my hard earned money to buy credits to unlock correspondence from non-existent members or members who should have been identified when the site reviewed and approved their profile.

  2. Silvershawdow says:

    Oh no,a woman shouldn’t have to pay for a date. Unless shes desperate and that i am not.Where are all the real man.

  3. Silvershawdow says:

    No,I’m a real woman, i say zero$$ to pay.cmon real woman.

  4. Jenni918 says:

    Why am I not able to reply to messages on whatsyourprice.com ?? I can receive messages, but when I try to reply to them a get a message highlighted in red that says “There was an error submitting the form. Please try again.”

  5. Trish woodward says:

    I am so confused. So if a gentleman offered 50 bucks- and I countered. Is he paying me? Ami paying him? Is that the cost that should be spent on the date. Again. Supeer confused

  6. CineussueniC says:

    I, like you, am trying to figure this out. I believe the $50 goes into the site (middle man).
    I presume that the site has their information including payment information. I could be incorrect, but, I don’t think so.
    What do you think or did you find a different answer?

    • gb2650cc says:

      The bid is what you hand the person when you actually go on a date. If you’re wondering what’s in it for the website owners, once a price is agreed you must pay with credits, about 5 – 10% of price of the date, in order to actually communicate with that person.

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