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Swipe Buster for Tinder catches cheaters red-handed

by Todd Haselton | April 8, 2016April 8, 2016 5:04 am PST


A new website aims to catch Tinder users who might not be as single as they wish they were. It’s called Swipe Buster, and, as its name implies, it’s ready to bust the unfaithful. The website, recently highlighted by NBCNews, is super simple in its execution.

You’ll need to pay $4.99 to get started. After the entrance fee is paid, just enter in a user’s name and the last location you suspect he or she has been using Tinder. Swipe Buster will take that data and will let you “exactly if and when they were swiping” through the social network.

Basically, Swipe Buster takes advantage of the public API and database information and then makes that searchable. So, if you’re wondering if Ms. Daisy is cruising for a different Mr. Right, you can do a quick search for her in the database and see if she’s been using the dating network.

According to NBCNews, the point of Swipe Buster wasn’t to out people who might be cheating on their significant other. Apparently he or she just wanted the public to know that Tinder makes some of the user data easily available to anyone who seeks it out. Given the name of the site, I’m not so sure I believe that statement.

Hit the source to check out Swipe Buster now.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...