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Using publicly available databases, they check for criminal records and sex offender registries.
To ensure no-one who may pose a threat ends up on the app, they run monthly checks on current users too. Scott Fitzgerald's that the app has an air of exclusivity much like the parties in the book.
If you’ve ever been in the dating game you’ll probably have at least one disastrous tale to tell.
The whole process can be exhausting and confusing: the constant ‘are we/aren’t we?
We’re too far removed from the reality of two people meeting in real life and having natural chemistry. We forget that the person behind the‘here’s me with a tiger’ picture is real.
In the two weeks since the augmented-reality app – based on the Japanese anime cartoon of our childhoods – launched, I’ve watched the faces of fellow commuters frown and focus across London, phones close to their faces as they ‘chase’ after small cartoon animals placed through phone GPS on roadsides and in parks.With his big eyes and chiselled jaw, there’s no way I’d normally approach him – but spying him playing the game, I couldn’t help but squeal, ‘I heard there might be a rare Vaporeon here!’ We end up chatting for a good 20 minutes and, as we part, I feel buoyed up.Frighteningly, crimes related to online dating are on the rise.While apps such as Tinder or Happn have put in some measures to combat the issue, there is no way of really knowing if the person you are talking to is safe. New mobile swiping app, Gatsby is set to tackle the problem head on - the dating service offers a background check on anyone new who signs up.
The industry is worth £1.17bn a year, so I get that apps like Nattr have a place.