FAQs

Facebook

No. We think that’s lame. The League is designed to cater to people who want privacy and control over who can view their dating profile. We would never intentionally notify your friends or post on your timeline or anything crazy like that.
We need photos so we can create your profile. Other info like current city, hometown, likes, interests, and education are things we use to match you more effectively, but we can only get this information if you grant us the permissions on Facebook. It seems as though a common interest in Beastie Boys IS a statistically significant indicator for love….
Nope. Upon logging in, we store your Facebook friends so that we can block you from them. Please see our Privacy Policy below for more information on how we use, disclose, and store your personal information in order to do this.
Facebook does not give us access to your username and password so there is no risk to you. Facebook has a feature called Facebook Connect that allows us to let you use your Facebook profile to login/logout of the League without us ever knowing your user credentials. Thus, we do not have access nor do we store your username and password.

LinkedIn

We use LinkedIn to block you from your coworkers (as self-identified on LinkedIn as ‘currently’ working for the same company). We also use it to show your mutual connections, build your profile, and verify users are who they claim they are. We don’t have access to any of your contacts nor their email addresses and we don’t email or notify any of them that you’ve signed up for The League.
Nope – we only store your contacts’ names and unique IDs so that we can show them as mutual friends and also block them from you in our matching algorithm. We do not collect any email addresses nor can we notify your contacts in any way.
No way. As mentioned above we do not have access to your contacts nor would we want to have access. Our core tenant is helping our users keep their work life and personal life separate.
LinkedIn does not give us access to your username and password so there is no risk to you. LinkedIn provides a portal that we integrate with to allow you to link your profile without us ever knowing your user credentials. Thus, we do not have access to your username and password.

Security

Yes, our servers are securely hosted by a top database provider that large Fortune-100 companies trust with their customers’ data. Please email us if you’d like more information about the security of our database vendor.