Tinder will soon enable users to run background checks on their matches, helping you find any skeletons in the closet before getting anywhere near the bedroom.
Announced in a press release on Monday, Tinder’s parent company Match Group has partnered with non-profit background check platform Garbo to integrate the service into its U.S. app. While anyone can get a background check regardless of their gender or sexuality, the new feature is being introduced specifically with the protection of women and marginalized groups in mind.
“For far too long women and marginalized groups in all corners of the world have faced many barriers to resources and safety,” said Match Group head of safety and social advocacy Tracey Breeden. “We recognize corporations can play a key role in helping remove those barriers with technology and true collaboration rooted in action.” Read more…
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