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Ads for dating services are only allowed with prior written permission. These must adhere to the dating targeting requirements and our dating ad guidelines. Details on the requirements for permission can be found here. In order to seek permission, please fill out this form to begin your application process.
Advertisers can run ads for online dating services as long as they have written permission from Meta. They can request permission using this form. Once permission is granted, advertisers can run ads that promote:
All ads for online dating services must target audiences 18 years or older.
Ads can’t promote the following products or services:
Additionally, dating ads can’t include the following in their creatives:
Ads can promote:
For more information, visit the Business Help Center.
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