It is typical that for anyone who has spent a lot of time on Tinder knows that it is overwhelmed with fake profiles along with the fact that it forces

It is typical that for anyone who has spent a lot of time on Tinder knows that it is overwhelmed with fake profiles along with the fact that it forces the user base to manipulate and purchase premium services and lots more apart from that
Although among several users they typically don’t mind about such low points, there are instances where the users ask the authorities to set things right. Related to the same the organization MuckRock associated itself with the Federal Trade Commission to get an insight into the frustrations vented out due to Tinder.

A majority of the remonstrances related to the fact where the users are tricked by spammers into crediting them with money. The other set of people complained about the virtual blackmailing by manipulating objectionable content filled messages and photos and getting personal information of others post app deletion.

A peculiar complaint related to a BuzzFeed article where a woman duped and swindled men to send money through Paypal means just to show what happens after sending the money.

One of the victims noted that they came across this scam from a BuzzFeed topic which was branded as heroic and after some time it was categorized as honorable. The victim wanted the authorities to investigate the matter.

Another concept regarding which the users were very much vexed out was spamming which in some case displayed objectionable content on a daily basis in large numbers and demanded that the scenario stop immediately.

Other aspects include being duped by spammers where a person noted that after interacting with someone online through Tinder she was made to send a large amount of money to the other person and realized that it was a hoax.

The person noted that she met a person by name Alexis Martin who said that he was the CEO of Interesting Engineering who then introduced the KIK app and his mobile number was shared. Seemingly unaware, the person then quit Tinder and interacted with him through KIK. The person was tricked into assuming that he was a savior and he cooked up a story where the victim made a mistake of purchasing gift cards worth 200$ and sent him the code. The trickster wanted the victim to send money to his supposedly ailing aunt. The victim ceased interaction once she was enlightened by an article related to scams.The victim also added that she could have been very much deceived into doing something much more worse from such quacks.

Another remonstrance is related to a Tinder user frustrated with Tinder’s Super Like feature where it permits the user base to sync up with the people who were not matched with them and it reportedly ended up in squandering money by interacting with bots.

Tinder features the functioning where a person can swipe to the left or right to indicate that they like another user. In the event the other party swipes back in response it means that a match has been set up. For people who want to impress further they can purchase the feature of Super Likes for a given sum of money from the Google Wallet where it costs nearly 40 dollars for purchasing 60 Super Likes. This paves way for the purchase of a bot which uploads fake accounts on Tinder and features the aspect that the person who has made the purchase to like every other person automatically. Then it deceives the users to manipulate a credit card information which belongs to the user. In other words, it signified that almost 500 million users are typically robots concealed with a human identity.

Related to the FTC, although it does associate with investigating such scams on a serious note, its authority and powers are significantly reduced to act against brands which permit the scams to prosper and yet at the same time furnish details so that the user base is not tricked. The FBI is overwhelmed with tons of such scams on an annual basis which results in losses in the billions. Seeing that most of the tricksters reside overseas, the venture to get back the lost money is a very challenging task.