This is an agreement between Imago Group, LLC, a corporation physically based in Washington State, the owner and operator of www.imagodate.com (this website), the Imago mobile Dating app, including all content provided by Imago Group, LLC through our services.
The design of the Imago Dating application along with created text, scripts, graphics, and animations, and the trademarks, service marks and logos contained therein ("Marks"), are owned by or licensed to Imago Group, LLC, subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights under United States and foreign laws and international conventions. The Service is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only. Imago Group, LLC. reserves all rights not expressly granted in and to the Service. You agree to not engage in the use, copying, or distribution of any of the Service other than expressly permitted herein, including any use, copying, or distribution of Status Submissions of third parties obtained through the Service for any commercial purposes. You further agree that you will not (i) publish falsehoods or misrepresentations that could damage Imago Group, LLC, or any third party; (ii) submit material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, libelous, threatening, harassing, hateful, racially or ethnically offensive, or encourages conduct that would be considered a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, violate any law, or is otherwise inappropriate; (iii) post advertisements or solicitations of business without prior approval by Imago Group, LLC; (iv) send or store material containing software viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other harmful computer code, files, scripts, agents or programs; (vi) interfere with or disrupt the integrity or performance of the Service or the data contained therein; or (vii) attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Service or its related systems or networks. Imago Group, LLC may terminate a user's access to the Service without prior notice and at its sole discretion, if they are determined to be a repeat infringer, or for any or no reason, including being annoying, by authorized Imago Group, LLC employees.
You agree that your use of the Imago service shall be at your sole risk. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Imago Group, LLC., its officers, directors, employees, and agents disclaim all warranties, express or implied, in connection with the service and your use thereof. Imago Group, LLC makes no warranties or representations about the accuracy or completeness of this service's content and assumes no liability or responsibility for any (i) errors, mistakes, or inaccuracies of content, (ii) personal injury or property damage, of any nature whatsoever, resulting from your access to and use of our service, (iii) any unauthorized access to or use of our servers and/or any and all personal information and/or financial information stored therein, (iv) any interruption or cessation of transmission to or from our service, (iv) any bugs, viruses, Trojan horses, or the like which may be transmitted to or through our service through the actions of any third party, and/or (v) any errors or omissions in any content or for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of the use of any content posted, emailed, transmitted, or otherwise made available via the Imago service. Imago Group, LLC does not warrant, endorse, guarantee, or assume responsibility for any product or service advertised or offered by a third party through the Imago mobile applications or any hyperlinked website or featured in any user status submission or other advertising, and Imago Group, LLC will not be a party to or in any way be responsible for monitoring any transaction between you and third-party providers of products or services. As with the purchase of a product or service through any medium or in any environment, you should use your best judgment and exercise caution where appropriate.
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Imago Group, LLC, its parent corporation, officers, directors, employees and agents, from and against any and all claims, damages, obligations, losses, liabilities, costs or debt, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney's fees) arising from: (i) your use of and access to the Imago Service; (ii) your violation of any term of these Terms of Service; (iii) your violation of any third party right, including without limitation any copyright, property, or privacy right. This defense and indemnification obligation will survive these Terms of Service and your use of the Imago application. In any case, you affirm that you are at least 18 years old as the Imago Service is not intended for children under 18. If you are under 18 years of age, you are not permitted to use our service. You further represent and warrant that you are not located in a country that is subject to a U.S. Government embargo, or that has been designated by the U.S. Government as a" terrorist-supporting" country, and that you are not listed on any U.S. Government list of prohibited or restricted parties. Imago Group, LLC is the owner of the Service, and is based in Everett, Washington, USA. These Terms of Service, and any rights and licenses granted hereunder, may not be transferred or assigned by you, but may be assigned by Imago Group, LLC. without restriction.
Imago may offer additional product features that can be purchased through Google Play or iTunes.
Imago currently offers the current subscriptions:
- 1 month subscription: USD $14.99 per month + tax (if applicable)
- 6 month subscription: USD $65.99 every 6 month + tax (if applicable)
- 1 year subscription: USD $83.99 yearly + tax (if applicable)
If you subscribe to access our premium features, payment will be charged to your iTunes Account ( for iOS users) or Google Payment account (for Android users)at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.
Please note that deleting your Imago account or uninstalling the Imago application does NOT stop the recurring billing or cancel you in-app purchase subscription.
iPhone, iPad, iPod users can manage or cancel their subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings page after purchase: 1 - Access your iOS device Settings page 2- Scroll down and tap "iTunes & App Stores" 3-Tap your email and Apple ID 4-Tap on "View Apple ID" and enter your password or authenticate using your fingerprints 5- Tap "Subscriptions" , then select "Imago..." 7- Turn off the auto-renewal option and tap "Done". The prices mentioned above are in US Dollar, and may slightly vary from country to country. Your renewal can be cancelled at anytime through your iTunes account, but you are not able to cancel the subscription during its active period.
Android device users (Samsung, Nexus, Sony, Xiaomi, etc...) can manage or cancel their subscription by opening the Imago app's page on Google Play, and pressing "MANAGE SUBSCRIPTIONS" in the center of the screen. Your renewal can be cancelled at anytime, but all purchases are final (non-refundable).
As an Imago Member you may submit content to the service,including video, photos, and customized text that describes you. You hereby understand that Imago Group doesn't guarantee any confidentiality with respect to any content you submit. You shall be solely responsible for your own Content and the consequences of submitting and publishing your Content on the Service. You affirm, represent, and warrant that you own or have the necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions to publish Content you submit; and you license to Imago Group, LLC all patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights in and to such Content for publication on the Service pursuant to these Terms of Service. While you retain ownership rights of all the contents you submit to Imago Group, LLC, you hereby grant Imago Group, LLC a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicenseable and transferable license to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform the Content in connection with the Service and Imago Group LLC, its affiliates and successors' business, including without limitation for promoting and redistributing part or all of the Service (and derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels. You also hereby grant each user of the Service a non-exclusive license to access your Content through the Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, display and perform such Content as permitted through the functionality of the Service and under these Terms of Service. You also understand and agree that Imago Group, LLC may retain, but not display, distribute, or perform, server copies of your videos that have been removed or deleted. You further agree that Content you submit to the Service will not contain third party copyrighted material, or material that is subject to other third party proprietary rights, unless you have permission from the rightful owner of the material or you are otherwise legally entitled to post the material and to grant Imago Group, LLC all of the license rights granted herein. You also agree that you will not submit to the Imago Service any pornographic or sexually explicient content, harmful content (physical or psychological harm), hateful content (content that encourages violence against people based on race, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, nationality), or graphic content (anything that could be deemed violent, inhumane, or inappopriate).You also agree not to spam the service with multiple accounts, scam people by misrepresenting yourself, or to engage in harassment or cyberbyllying. Imago Group, LLC does not endorse any Content submitted to the Service by any user or other licensor, or any opinion, recommendation, or advice expressed therein, and Imago Group, LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with Content. Imago Group, LLC does not permit copyright infringing activities and infringement of intellectual property rights on the Service, and will remove all Content if properly notified that such Content infringes on another's intellectual property rights. Imago Group, LLC reserves the right to remove Content without prior notice.
Creating your online dating profile: Protect your identity and personal information. Be Anonymous: - Choose a username that doesn’t let everyone know who you are. Don't include your surname or any other identifying information such as your place of work either in your profile or when you first make contact. - Remember that overtly sexual, provocative or controversial usernames could attract the wrong kind of attention. - Keep contact details private. Stay in control when it comes to how and when you share information. Don't include your contact information such as your email address, home address, or phone number in your profile or initial communications. Take things slowly and share more information when you feel comfortable doing so. It is impossible to get back information once you have given it away.
- Stop communicating with anyone who attempts to pressure you into providing your personal or financial information or who seems to be trying to trick you into providing it. If this happens contact the dating provider immediately to not only protect yourself but other users too.PIN & Security - Be careful when accessing your account from a public or shared computer so that others can't view or record your password or personal information. - Be wary of opening email attachments from someone you have only just met - Ensure that you keep your internet security software up to date.
Connecting With New People Online Get to know people, take your time and trust your instincts. Act with caution and learn more about someone before contacting him or her outside of the dating site. Dating services run mail and chat so you can get to know people in a safer and [monitored/controlled] way. They do it to protect you, not to make money. Use their platform and the added security it gives. If and when you do decide to share an e-mail address think about creating a separate and anonymous email address.Take Your Time
- Sometimes when you're excited about someone, your instincts can be confused by strong feelings. Take care and take your time when you talk about yourself. You don’t need to give out your life-story the first time you chat – and you shouldn’t. There will be plenty of time to share such details if your relationship develops.Be Responsible and do your own Research - There is a limit to an online dating provider’s ability to check the backgrounds of users and verify the information they provide. They cannot do a criminal records check on every user. And a person can become a problem without having a record. Therefore, don't get a false sense of security because you're on a dating site; do your own research to learn more about someone and make informed decisions before you decide to meet. Check to see if the person you're interested in is on other social networking sites like Facebook, do a web search to see if there are other records of the person online, and if possible use google image search to check the profile photos. Money Requests Are Your Red Light - Why would someone need to borrow money off somebody they have never met, or only just met? There is no reason for anyone to ask you for money or your financial information, whatever sad or sob story they give. Always keep your bank and account information private. Stop all contact immediately and report the matter to the dating site. Report Unacceptable or Suspicious Behaviour - Nobody should have to put up with offensive, insulting and threatening behaviour online any more than they should or would if talking to someone in a bar or café. Trust your instincts and immediately stop communicating with anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable or apprehensive. Never feel embarrassed to report a problem to the dating service. You are helping them and doing other users a favour.
Play it safe when you meet face-to-face Be smart and stay safe. Going on a date with someone new is an exciting step in a relationship, but continue being careful. Even if you feel you have become closer to someone via email and phone, you should still remember that this person is largely a stranger to you. Therefore it is important that when meeting someone in person, whether it is your first or fifth date, you take precautions and consider these dos and don'ts.1. Plan it. Say it. Do it. It’s your date. Agree on what you both want from it before you meet up. Don’t feel pressured to meet before you’re ready or for any longer than you’re comfortable with – a short first date is fine. 2. Meet in public. Stay in public. The safest plan is to meet somewhere public and stay somewhere public. . Make your own way there and back and don’t feel pressured to go home with your date. If you feel ready to move to a private environment, make sure your expectations match your date’s. 3. Get to know the person, not the profile. The way people interact online isn’t always the same face-to-face. Don’t be offended if your date is more guarded when meeting in person. or if things don’t progress as fast face-to-face.
4. Not going well? Make your excuses and leave. Don’t feel bad about cutting a date short if you’re not keen. You don’t owe the other person anything, no matter how long you’ve been chatting or what’s been suggested.
5. If you’re raped or sexually assaulted on your date, help is available.No matter what the circumstances, sexual activity against your will is a crime. Police and other organization are here to help and support you. In addition to calling 911, here are other resources that may be available in your area: Rape, Abuse and Incest National Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE ( www.rainn.org) Planned Parenthood 1-800-230-7526 (www.plannedparenthood.org) National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 | www.thehotline.org
Avoiding Scammers Sadly, people aren't always what they seem. Dating sites, social networks and other internet services are targeted by scammers. Scammers want one thing and one thing only – money. Here are a few examples of common scammer behaviours to watch out for and report: 1. Declarations of love - If someone you are in contact with starts declaring their love for you within a matter of weeks (or even days or hours), be cautious. You need to know someone to come to love them. Instant messages of love could be someone trying to get right into your life, possibly for all the wrong reasons. Use common sense and don’t be afraid to speak to a friend to get a second opinion. 2. Requests for money - This really should send alarm bells ringing whatever the form the request comes in. Scammers will look to gain your sympathy with the stories they tell. 3. Someone offering you money - Who gives money away to strangers through a dating site? These are always scams. The same goes for anyone with a sure-fire get rich quick schemes. The only one trying to get rich quick is the scammer as he or she fishes for your bank details or other financial information. 4. Threats and blackmail - These are ugly words. But some scammers have tried to threaten money out of people for not showing pictures, webcam footage or messages that they have managed to get out of users online. Advice for avoiding scammers - Never ever respond to a request for money. - Never give out bank account or other details. - Beware of the sob story - someone telling you how much they want to visit you but need a loan to pay for the ticket/visas. Or stories about a desperately ill family member who needs help with medical expenses. - The same goes for fantastic too good to be true business deal they are in on – if only they had some extra up-front money….. - Watch out for those profiles that immediately tug on heart strings – supposed ex-serviceman or woman, or those who claim to be recently widowed to gain your trust and sympathy. - Don’t let the passing of time cloud your judgment. These sorts of pitches may take time to come out in messages, time in which you may very well have come to trust and value a relationship with your online contact. That does not make them any less of a lie. - Our same warning goes for pleas of urgency – about money needed at short notice. Someone asking you to use a wire service to get money to them is up to no good. - Be wary of long distance and overseas relationships: They can happen but it is an unlikely way for a relationship to start offline so be wary online. - Notice if a contact seems out of touch or out of kilter: people offering foreign numbers for contact, people who seem not to be aware of things happening in their countries – events, the weather etc, people who want or need to send messages at unusual hours. - Be wary if someone seems vague in their communication about their interests, or may often repeat things or seem disconnected. They may dodge questions or make excuses for not meeting or speaking on the telephone. Their profile or communications may also have odd spelling and grammar. - Do not share pictures or information about yourself or others that gives someone any sort of hold over you. Your private life should stay private until you know someone really well and can start over time to trust them with things. - If you do find someone trying to menace money out of you – don’t. They’d just be back for more. Report them; however bad that might feel at the time. The Police have national and local teams there to attack fraudsters. Let them protect you – and others. - Don’t be afraid to ask a friend – if you start to commit to a relationship online or in person it can be hard to stay objective. If a contact starts to feel strange and especially if money gets raised you might ask a friend or relative if you are not at a point where you think there is something to report to the dating service. If they advise you to back off ... listen to them.
Reporting a concern or problem: Don’t assume scammers are illiterate foreigners you and others will see through in an instant. Scamming is a pretty sick line of business but it is a business for them. They practice tugging at heartstrings, at showing tenderness or a neediness. They tell people what they want to hear. If you suspect that someone you're talking to may be a scammer, stop your communications and immediately report him or her. You should never feel too stupid or ashamed to report someone. You are not the person who should be ashamed and stopped. Online Safety Info Source: https://www.getsafeonline.org/protecting-yourself/online-dating/General
Imago Group, LLC. may collect information such as your name, your date of birth, your email address, sexual orientation, diet preference, current city, relationship goals (dating, friendshing, etc...), ethnicity, education level, profession, hobbies, smoking and drinking habits, your video recording and pictures, your geolocation (with your permission), any descriptions you provide, operating system information, and whether you have kids or not, when using the Imago dating application. By using the Imago dating application you are giving us the authorization and your consent to the collection, retention, use and disclosure of such data as permissible by privacy laws. When you visit the Imago Site, we may send one or more cookies - a small text file containing a string of alphanumeric characters - to your computer that uniquely identifies your browser. When you visit our website (imagodate.com), we may also be able to view your browser type, browser language, referring / exit pages and URLs, platform type, pages viewed and the order of those pages, the amount of time spent on particular pages, the date and time of your request, among others.
If served with a legal document such as a subpoena or court order by law enforcement, and we believe the request is valid, and that the disclosure of personal information in crucial in investigating crime or fraudulent activity, we may need to comply with applicable laws, and cooperate with law enforcement in disclosing information relating to any person of interest.Data we do not collect
Imago Group, LLC does not collect your bank card information (including name, address and card number). When you pay to use our service, all financial transactions are handled by Google when using an Android device, and by Apple when using an iOS device. Imago Group, LLC also does not collect any information from your facebook account, phone numbers, addresses or other contact information from its users' mobile phone contact list.
Imago Group, LLC takes critical steps to preserve the integrity and security of your personal information. We cannot, however, ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to the Imago application and you do so at your own risk. Using unsecured Wi-Fi or other unprotected networks to submit messages through the Imago Service is never recommended. Once we receive your transmission of information, Imago Group, LLC makes commercially reasonable efforts to ensure the security of our systems. However, please note that this is not a guarantee that such information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by breach of any of our physical, technical, or managerial safeguards. If Imago Group, LLC learns of a security systems breach, then we may attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take appropriate protective steps. Imago Group, LLC may post a notice on the Imago site, social media pages (Facebook, Instagram) or through the Imago app, if a security breach occurs.
Our services are directed to or intended to be used by persons over the age of 18. For that reason, Imago Group, LLC does not knowingly collect or maintain Personally Identifiable Information or non-personally-identifiable information on the Imago Site or mobile application from persons under 18 years of age. Anyone under that age threshold is therefore not allowed to use our Imago mobile application at any time or in any manner. If Imago Group, LLC learns that Personally Identifiable Information of persons under 18 years of age has been collected though our app or site, then Imago Group, LLC may deactivate the account and/or make the status submissions inaccessible.
For questions related to the use of our software, please email support(at)imagodate.com
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Imago Group, LLC
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Seattle, Washington 98109