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The ODA has no wish to get in the way of member companies and their users.We expect members to deal promptly and responsibly with complaints and we do not want that to change.
People are, by definition, looking to make new contacts, new friendships and new relationships.For now the ODA does not think it appropriate to have adult sites and services within membership and for its logo and support to be presented on such sites.But we realise that some providers offer both adult and mainstream products separately and we have welcomed such firms into membership in relation to their non-adult business.The ODA aims to pre-empt and prevent problems by testing members against our Code of Practice before they can come into membership – and afterwards.Our Code of Practice and our advice for the public on the best and safe use of services was published in December 2013. It focuses on the core issues for users: the clarity and honesty of the services offered, the protection of user’s personal information, the proper operation of services and the advice and help we give users to make dating as enjoyable and safe as possible. The group has national and international providers as well as specialist/niche operators and others brands who wish to offer their customers a dating service through partnership and out-sourcing arrangements that can account for thousands of individual sites.