Ross Kemp's caf ID
- Sep 13, 2012
Just on this, they didn't send her messages. "Contacting her" meant liking her profile and she could see who did so without matching with them because she had tinder gold.Either the paper have massively misquoted her and potentially put their own bits and pieces in or it’s a ‘creative’ story.
Because it doesn’t make any sense as it reads knowing the mechanics of not just tinder but most dating apps. Either way there’s some abysmal journalism there. Do your fecking research or you know just ‘know stuff’…
You literally cannot be contacted by people who purely swiped right on you, without you swiping right back on them too. You also can’t seek people out by their name via any dating app except POF and even then itd have to be on the off chance you were using your real name. It’s all based on location and randomness.
In order for that article to be factually true, There’d have to be 50 police officers on tinder, who all happen to be within her live location radius. They’d also all have to have either have been in uniform or have police listed on their profile. She’d have to have swiped right and matched on all 50 of them. Only then could they then be in a position to send her messages.