My Photo Was Removed / Deleted
While we encourage members to socialize and connect by sharing content, there are a variety of reasons content may be removed by hi5. These include content that:
- Is sexually explicit;
- May pose a privacy, security or safety risk;
- Promotes or glorifies gang activity;
- Promotes violence;
- Promotes "Get Rich Quick" schemes or other disallowed business ventures;
- Promotes any unlawful activity;
- Is the property of others
The goal of our review staff is to keep hi5 an appropriate place for all users. If you posted an image, comment, tag or other content that was removed, it was deemed by hi5 to violate the Terms of Service and our review guidelines.
Note: As outlined in the Terms of Service, hi5 has the right to remove any content that violates or is otherwise objectionable. All decisions are at the sole and exclusive discretion of hi5.
If you encounter any concerning content while on the site, please click "Report Abuse" and our review team will take a look.
Report a Photo
If you find a photo that does not follow the guidelines set by the Terms of Service, please report it. To report a photo: Click on the photo to display it in single view (when it is the only photo on the page) Click the “Report Abuse” link below the ...
Photos - Change Profile Photo
If you wish to change your profile picture, follow these steps: Hover your mouse over the ‘More’ tab in the top nav bar and select ‘Photos’ from the drop down list To use one of your previous photos choose the ‘Use one of my photos’ link, then place ...
Report a Photo Comment
If you find someone has commented on a photo you or another user uploaded and it is in violation of the Terms of Service, please report it by following these steps: Go to the photo comment you wish to report Move your mouse (cursor) over the comment ...
Removed Content from Profile / News Feed
hi5 maintains a blacklist of sites that have repeatedly hosted inappropriate content, such as scams, spam or porn. When we find external sites that flagrantly violate our Terms of Service, we usually add their domain name (e.g. www.DomainName.com) to ...
Reporting a Profile, Comment or Photo
There are many ways to report abuse from wherever you maybe on the site. Read below for more info. Profile: Go to the user’s profile Click ‘Report Abuse’ to the left of their profile photo Photos: Go to the Photo Click ‘Report Abuse’ in the bottom ...