Do Not Use Seeking.com if you are Desperate or Vulnerable

When using Seeking.com is right and when it’s wrong

Seeking.com is a safe space for singles to find genuine relationships. We support open and honest communication to create connections rooted in mutual understanding and respect. Our members want to date established and attractive individuals. If you’re looking to find an authentic connection, you’re in the right place.

However, Seeking is not the place to find assistance when you are vulnerable or in extreme financial need. If you are in this situation, there is assistance available in your local community. We understand that many are facing financial frustrations, especially in a time of economic instability due to the global pandemic.

Seeking is strictly an online dating website. We have always explicitly stated that using the site for means such as financial gains is against the site’s terms.

If you have found yourself in a situation requiring financial assistance, there are a number of organizations that are there to help. The Seeking team wants to help in any way that we can, which is why we have compiled a list of resources that offer aid and assistance to those in a time of need. Please see the list below.

“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.”

― Eleanor Roosevelt

Seeking Support?

These Organizations Can Help.

There are a number of government agencies and nonprofit organizations that exist to assist those in need of financial support. If you’re in need of assistance, these organizations might be able to help you find what you’re looking for.

Let’s End Poverty

Customer Assistance Programs

Find Your Local Food Bank

United Way The 2-1-1 Program

Modest Needs Grant For Low-Income Workers

HealthWell Foundation for Medically Underinsured

National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

H.U.D. Coronavirus Resources for Renters

H.U.D Rental Assistance

F.C.C Lifeline Program for Low Income Consumers

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)