You should always keep yourself and your Habbo safe whilst on the internet. Keeping safe will ensure that you have a pleasant experience whilst on Habbo and the internet. This guide will help you understand online safety.
You never know who you're really speaking to online, so never give out your real name, address, phone numbers, photos and school. Giving away your personal info could lead to you being scammed, bullied or put in danger.
Keep your Skype and Facebook details private. You never know where it might lead you.
Never meet up with people you only know from the internet, people aren't always who they claim to be. If someone asks you to meet with them in real life say "No thanks!" and tell a moderator, your parents or another trusted adult.
Just because everyone else seems to be doing it, if you're not comfortable with it, don't do it!
If someone is making you feel uncomfortable or scaring you with threats in Habbo, report them immediately to a moderator using the Panic Button.
You have no control over your photos and webcam images once you share them over the internet and you can't get them back. They can be shared with anyone, anywhere and be used to bully or blackmail or threaten you. Before you post a pic, ask yourself, are you comfortable with people you don't know viewing it?
Websites that offer you free Credits, Furni, or pretend to be new Habbo Hotel or Staff homepages are all scams designed to steal your password. Don't give them your details and never download files from them; they could be keyloggers or viruses!