Meeting someone for the first time? Does your job require you to visit clients homes? Do you travel alone?
DTAD provides a way to maintain dating privacy while making sure that someone you trust knows that you went on a date last night and haven’t checked in. Today’s dating world is risky. People meet online and chat by phone without any real knowledge of the other person’s character. That unknown is the risk that many people take in search of love.
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If you are meeting someone for the first time, you can use DTAD, and if you don’t check in by the time that you determined, an alert with the contact information you entered: name, cell number, email address, photo, URL, address, time, and location of your date will be texted or emailed to your emergency contact. You can also send your cell phone GPS locator information. You will be sent a reminder to check-in before the alert is sent to your emergency contact(s). You can also check in online.
If your plans change, you can log into your DTAD and edit the check in time or location of the date. You can even delete the file if your date cancels. This is much easier than constantly calling your friends if your plans change or checking in with them after they have already gone to bed. You control what information is given, when it is given, and who is it given to.
Background checks can be helpful, unless your date hasn’t been caught yet. GPS location devices on your phone can help, unless your phone is turned off. DTAD alerts go out even if your phone is turned off. And the fact that somebody knows you’re missing is priceless.
This system is set up for the US with 80 International cell phone providers included. You can send alerts to International emergency contacts in English as emails or manually entered text numbers with the number and cell phone carrier email equivalents (firstname.lastname@example.org in the email field).
- A WiFi/ 3G. Edge connection is required. You can send from an iPod Touch/ Ipad, but you cannot receive Date Tracker Alerts.
- To receive a Date Tracker Alert, no WiFi or 3G Edge is required.
“Having recently retired after 30 years in law enforcement I have always been an advocate for the safety and well-being for people of all ages. I have taught safety issues to children through seniors throughout my entire career and understand how vital it is to desire an added bit of security when it comes to dating, work related issues or perhaps when traveling alone. DTAD can serve as a reliable means of providing you with the ability of keeping your emergency contact updated with your whereabouts. "Safety first", I teach it and I am an advocate for it, for people of all ages- It matters!”
Barbara Cascio Retired Deputy Chief of Police Franklin Park, IL
“DTAD is perfect for when I don’t want to tell my friends everything or when all I know about my date is what I have seen online.“
"As a former journalist and now as a full-time author, I often end up in unknown places and with unknown people where I am investigating and doing research that puts me at risk. DTAD is the perfect way to make certain I have backup. Its an ingenious way for me and other professionals who do everything from making cold calls to holding meetings with people they really dont know. This is a great app.
Bestselling Random House Author
- Texts/emails go out even if your phone is off
- Check in from the website.
- Send up to 2 text & 2 email alerts at a time at no cost
- GPS Locator option
- 5 color skins
- Photo, address, email, URL, cell number
- Test alert
- Change check in time if you decide to stay out later.
- Change date location if your plans change
- Reminder to check in
- Import Contacts
- No ads or sub. fees