Were you or a loved one attacked or assaulted by someone you met online?

Were you or a loved one attacked or assaulted by someone you met online?


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Breaking News

Journalism Investigation Reveals Dating Apps Knowingly Allow Registered Sex Offenders To Use Their Apps!
- BuzzFeed News®

In the U.S., "One in three women and one in six men experienced some form of unwanted physical contact in their lifetime"
- National Post®

1,200 Women Undertaken By Reporters, "One Third Said They Were Assaulted By Someone (They Met Online)"
- MSN News®

Justice for Victims & Survivors

Each Day, Millions Of Americans Trust Online Platforms To Hopefully Meet Someone Special In Their Lives. Sadly, Many Of These People Also Become Victims Of Assault.

If You Were Assaulted By Someone You Met Online, You Are Not Alone. Assault Can Take Place In Multiple Forms, Including Attacks, As Well As Any Unwanted Physical Contact Or Threats.

We Understand That Coming Forward After Being Assaulted Is Very Difficult, However, We Want To Assure That Those Impacted Are In Safe Hands. Victims May Have The Rights To File A Legal Claim For Physical and Emotional Injuries.

We Offer 100% Free And Confidential Case Evaluations! Legal Claims Are Being Filed To Hold Companies Accountable For Allowing Sex Offenders To Use Their Websites.

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Assault In The News

Thousands Join Class Action Suit Against Online Platforms - February 2020

After neglecting to conduct criminal background investigations, many online platforms are now being taken to court for failing to protect their users against assailants. The claims allege that these online platforms did not take action to help protect their users from assault.

Platform Adds “Panic Button” For Assault Victims - January 23rd, 2020

According to CNN®, after thousands of reports of assault, a popular platform finally agreed to add safety features, one of which is a “panic button” that alerts authorities if something goes wrong. The platform also agreed to allow a “check-in” feature to help notify friends of their location.

Investigative Report Finds Platforms Allowed Predators to Join - December 2019

A ProPublica® report found that a Boston woman was matched with a man convicted of assault through a popular online platform. After a series of meetings, she was assaulted by the perpetrator. This report also found that this was the 2nd instance of this man assaulting a woman he had met online.

Two Students Report Assault to Campus Police - November 13th, 2019

CSUN® Police Services publicly reported two cases of students being assaulted by someone they had met through an online platform. The department’s captain stated his concern of a rising trend of assaults taking place after meeting somebody online.

Predators Use Online Platforms to Find Victims Police Warn - October 24th, 2018

Police claim that assailants are actively targeting potential victims through online platforms. The police and counselors also noted that they had been working with more survivors who were assaulted after meeting somebody online.

Evidence of Assaults Begin to Emerge - February 7th, 2016

The BBC® found a sharp increase in assault allegations, with 85% of the victims being female. The National Crime Agency® reports this increase is a result of predators deliberately targeting specific online platforms to find victims. The agency also said it was concerned that the number of assaults may be vastly unreported.

Woman Sues Online Platform After They Matched Her to a Known Perpetrator - May 24th, 2011

According to CBS News®, a Hollywood television reporter claimed she was assaulted by a man she met online on their third encounter. The man was a six-time convicted criminal. Afterwards, the platform agreed to screen for offenders on just one of it’s platforms.


Certain Websites Allowed Registered Sex Offenders to Use Their Platform

  • Investigations have revealed that assault through online platforms had "increased as much as 450%" - The Independent®
  • Multiple platforms “do not conduct criminal background or identity verification checks on its users or otherwise inquire into the background of its users,” - Yahoo News®
  • "47% of assailants who used online dating sites to connect with their victims had previous criminal convictions" - Sundial News®

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