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The previous age limit was heavily criticised, with some arguing it could put teens at risk and expose them to inappropriate contact.The app's VP of Communications has since called raising the age limit 'the right thing to do.' Tinder still relies on users’ Facebook information for age verification, so under-18s who have an incorrect age listed on Facebook may still be able to sign up. If your child is using Tinder and you’re not happy about it, the best thing for you to do is to speak to them about it directly.
Instead, young professionals looking for a suitable mate are flocking to apps like The League and syncing their Linked In profile in the hopes that their resumes will help seal the deal and find them someone special. We often assume the online dating world is strictly adults only, but as it turns out this isn’t always the case.Because credit cards are normally age-restricted, paid dating services are fairly effective at keeping out underage users – but lots of dating sites and apps are free and don’t have such robust checks. Tinder was one of them until recently, with 7% of its users aged between 13 and 17 (outnumbering 35 to 44-year-olds.Tinder is officially 18 now, but as most parents are well aware, age limits aren't foolproof. Users sign up with Facebook and are matched based on location, mutual friends and shared interests.If you discover your child has a Tinder profile, what should you know – and what can you do? One of its most distinctive features is the way you show interest in other users – swiping right on their profile.