Let me explain this another way.
1. You sign up. At this point, your email is in the database. According to the, Dating Kinky can use that in any way we choose. However, our PERSONAL choice at this point is to primarily use the in-site messaging system, rather than clog your email. You will receive messages from Dating Kinky in-site.
2. Dating Kinky has a need to reach out to you with something very important, via email. We can move your email address (with explicitly granted permission) to the email server and send you an email.
3. You receive the email. Any email from the server (versus the site, specifically dealing with in-site content) MUST include an unsubscribe link. You may click this AT ANY TIME, and never receive a non-site communication email again.
This is the law.. Dating Kinky cannot overrule that law, nor would we ever desire to.
4. Let's say you do not click that unsubscribe link. But you do find the kinky love of your life, and leave the site. You are removed from our site database, so you no longer receive in-site notifications of action updates.
5. Your email address is still in the email server database (they are separate, as they are managed by different rules (Dating Kinky's) and laws (Federal—that CAN-SPAM thing again). You get another email. Again, you simply click "unsubscribe," and you no longer receive any messages from that list, either, for any reason.
You are in control.
It's that simple.
If you believe that photograph(s) of you have been posted on Dating Kinky without your consent, follow the steps below to get them removed.
You will need to verify your identity, to show that you are the person who holds ownership of the subject photo(s), because only the photo owner has a right to request that photos be removed.
We are able to accept verification of your identity by any of the following means:
1) You can use the Contact Us form to send a picture of yourself to our abuse email holding up a piece of paper with the words "TAKEDOWN" written on it. We must be able to clearly see your face for us to be able to compare it to the photograph(s) needing to be removed. Uploading a verification photograph is the simplest and easiest way to verify your identity.
2) You can alternatively use the Contact Us form to upload an image of your government issued photo-identification card. This can be your drivers license, passport, or other government-issued identification card which has your picture on it. Feel free to obscure sensitive information such as your identification number with a felt-tip marker or correction fluid if desired.
Because of the nature of photographs on the internet, links to websites containing your photographs, instagram accounts or other social media are not definitive means of establishing your ownership of the pictures.
Also, photographs MUST be reported by the photograph owner. They cannot be reported by another on their behalf, so please send them the link to this page as needed.
Once we've received your report, it will generally take us about 3 business days to take action. If your photographs can be verified, the offending photos will be removed.