MouseMingle does not create or allow fake profiles, because we want real people to find and connect with each other.

We monitor profiles and photos, but we do not read member's messages unless the have been reported. And, it's impossible to review every profile on the site. So we need your help to do this effectively.

We will never share your information with anyone else, and no members will ever know who reported them. We also don’t share the reason why you are reporting them, so you can feel safe in reporting profiles.


When you see a profile that looks questionable, due to what they've written, or if they have PII (Personally Identifiable Information) in it:

  1. Click the "MORE" link below their name, then
  2. Click the "Report" link.

Then choose an option that tells us what we need to check:

  • "Fake profile" - The text or pictures are not a real person, or they have no photos of themselves, which leads you to believe this is a fake profile.
  • "Offensive" - The text in rude, crude, or otherwise not of the "Disney standards".
  • "Harassing" - You have received messages from this profile that are rude or demeaning, or they have asked you to send them money or other items.

Here are some examples of when you should report a member:

  • If someone has PII (Personally Identifiable Information) in their profile - such as their phone number, email address, social media contact information, or anything that could expose them to harassment or stalking.
  • If someone is asking for money.
  • If someone sends you harassing or offensive messages.
  • If someone tries to sell you products or services.
  • If the profile just doesn't make sense - like the profile is for a man, but the photos are of a woman, etc.
  • If someone says they are are under the age of 18.
  • If someone offers you a job or any kind of "unique opportunity" - especially in another country.
  • If someone's profile text or direct message says they are not actually in the location their profile lists - for example, their profile says "Anaheim", but their 'About Me' text or message says that they are actually somewhere else 'travelling'.


When you see a photo that you don't think is up to "Disney standards", click the 'down arrow' in the top-right corner of the photo, and click "REPORT", then choose a reason.

Here are some examples of when you should report a photo:

  • Nudity.
  • Hardcore drug use.
  • Sexually explicit poses or gestures.
  • Lingerie or "overly-sexy" clothing.