So your at the point with someone where you want to know if they are seeing other people?
This isn’t an easy conversation for anyone to have. Today, I’m going to give you an upper hand to see if you can use this information to have an unfair advantage on them. This will show you if they are telling you the truth – or not – about being on the popular dating app, Tinder.
Tinder has been helping people meet, hook up, date, and more. It’s also been causing several relationships to end due to infidelity. Whether people are genuinely curious as to who is out there, or just on there looking to get laid, the app has certainly been a game changer in dating circles.
So you ask the question to your partner – “are you on tinder?”
They say “No, I’m not.”
But can you be 100% positive with their word? People lie, don’t they? Today I’ll talk about a way that you can find out if someone is using tinder, and you can put the brutal mental toll it takes on you to bed forever.
How You Can Find Out if People Are Using Tinder Now!
So this service I came across is called Swipe Busters. It’s very controversial, but it’s an absolutely necessary tool you need in your arsenal if you want to get the brutal truth out of your partner.
This application is very easy to use. Here is the information they require from you to help you start your search:
- Name of person
- Approximate Location
From there, the application uses the API (application programming interface) and scours data against the app’s data. It will display a myriad of profile pictures that allows you to scan them and see if the person you are inquiring about is f
uckin’ swiping around.
The founder of the controversial sex app says that he did this to expose Tinder’s privacy issues.
At only $5, it’s worth the investment to see if your partner is cheating on you. Or thinking about cheating on you. Or thinking about thinking about cheating on you.
There are some whistle blowers out there who say “what about stalkers?” Sure, that’s always an issue, along with crazy ex’s. I get that – privacy is paramount today. However, if you are out there putting yourself on some application so someone can “swipe” you in order to say “hey baby I’m interested,” I’d say you aren’t someone who is really caring too much for privacy. I mean most profiles get viewed thousands of times.
Eventually you will run into someone you don’t want to run into, someone crazy, or worse.