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g002s93 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match.com is useless:
  • A paid membership is required in order to send and receive messages. For an additional fee, paid users can send messages that non-paid users are able to respond to.
  • The...
g001ly5 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match Group owns both of these apps:
  • They completely destroyed OkCupid. There used to be >1,000 users within a 50-mile radius of my location (central Wisconsin) six years ago. Today? Less than...
g000du8 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
The people are no better than what you'll find on Tinder, but the profiles contain additional info:
  • Actual city (instead of a generic "50 miles away")
  • Hometown
  • Occupation and...
fzzz7sy in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
MeetMe is the worst - here's what you'll find:
  • The ugliest looking people on Earth. Joining MeetMe for entertainment purposes alone is worth it.
  • Single moms
  • People looking for sex or 420...
fzzy21y in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
It's not you, it's the apps themselves. All of them went to shit in the name of profit.
The only exception is Facebook Dating, but they make money by selling your data instead.
fzzwxky in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Tinder is rigged - using boosts will result in your profile being invisible under normal conditions. You'll need to use boosts more and more in order to be seen.
My best advice is to use Super...
fzzvt6m in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match Group owns all of the popular dating apps (Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, OkCupid, and Plentyoffish). The following alternatives are available:
  • Facebook Dating - same crappy profiles as Tinder,...
fzzu42x in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Not true - you can read messages without paying.
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2020.08.01 21:15 MarkdownShadowBot Removed comments/submissions for /u/JLS930

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g002s93 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match.com is useless:
  • A paid membership is required in order to send and receive messages. For an additional fee, paid users can send messages that non-paid users are able to respond to.
  • The...
g001ly5 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match Group owns both of these apps:
  • They completely destroyed OkCupid. There used to be >1,000 users within a 50-mile radius of my location (central Wisconsin) six years ago. Today? Less than...
g000du8 in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
The people are no better than what you'll find on Tinder, but the profiles contain additional info:
  • Actual city (instead of a generic "50 miles away")
  • Hometown
  • Occupation and...
fzzz7sy in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
MeetMe is the worst - here's what you'll find:
  • The ugliest looking people on Earth. Joining MeetMe for entertainment purposes alone is worth it.
  • Single moms
  • People looking for sex or 420...
fzzy21y in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
It's not you, it's the apps themselves. All of them went to shit in the name of profit.
The only exception is Facebook Dating, but they make money by selling your data instead.
fzzwxky in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Tinder is rigged - using boosts will result in your profile being invisible under normal conditions. You'll need to use boosts more and more in order to be seen.
My best advice is to use Super...
fzzvt6m in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Match Group owns all of the popular dating apps (Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, OkCupid, and Plentyoffish). The following alternatives are available:
  • Facebook Dating - same crappy profiles as Tinder,...
fzzu42x in OnlineDating on 01 Aug 20 (1pts):
Not true - you can read messages without paying.
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2019.12.03 06:01 autotldr 'There are definitely registered sex offenders' using Tinder, PlentyofFish, OkCupid says Match Group rep

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 68%. (I'm a bot)
The investigation - a joint effort by ProPublica, BuzzFeed, and Columbia Journalism Investigations - popular free dating apps owned by Match Group do not have clear policies or screening practices that would prevent accused or convicted sex offenders from using the products.
Match Group does require background checks for its premium services, like Match.com, but doesn't offer anything similar for the free apps.
The statement did say that Match Group didn't collect enough data on its free users to conduct meaningful background checks.
We do not tolerate sex offenders on our site and the implication that we know about such offenders on our site and don't fight to keep them off is as outrageous as it is false.
Customers who agree to the terms promise they haven't committed "a felony or indictable offense, a sex crime, or any crime involving violence." They must also agree that they aren't "Required to register as a sex offender with any state, federal or local sex offender registry."
Tinder and OkCupid each have similar stories of convicted rapists or other sex offenders using the platform as a means to connect with, and later harm, women.
Summary Source FAQ Feedback Top keywords: Match#1 sex#2 date#3 users#4 offender#5
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