These rules and our Terms and Conditions were made to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for every user on Snacc. Not adhering to these rules can be a cause for us to remove you from our platform. That is why you should carefully read the Terms and Conditions and these rules before using this website.

  1. Respect all users
    We are a very diverse community. This means that you will need to respect the beliefs, interests, appearances and properties of others while you are on Snacc. Snacc strongly condones discrimination, hate speech, rude and insulting behavior and bullying. Treat others as you would in real life. We encourage every user to report behavior that is not in line with the rules set out here. We are all here to have a good time, so please respect one another.

  2. Don't pretend to be someone else

  3. Only upload your own photos
    We respect copyright and take a strong stance against identity fraud. If you do not own the rights to a picture or video, don't upload it.

  4. You are at least 18 years of age
    You need to be at least 18 years of age to be able to view and message profiles or to be able to create an account on Snacc.

  5. Profiles may not insinuate to be underage
    We do not accept texts that may insinuate the person is underage, or arouse the suspicion that they are open to a date with an underage person.

In case of doubt we may ask for an ID verification.

Photo guidelines:

  • No photos of/with other people or children

  • No watermarks or text overlays

  • No weapons

  • The photos must be of you and you must have the rights to publish them

  • No Urls, logos, e-mail addresses, phone numbers or other social media are allowed on the photo

  • Photos with feces and blood are not allowed

In conclusion
Respect the rules and the boundaries of the law. Illegal activities are met with a zero tolerance policy on Snacc. Breaching these rules and/or the Terms and Services will lead to a warning or possibly the immediate removal of your account. We will report felonies to the local authorities and may consider legal action.