Dating apps like Bumble have made it easier than ever to find love. Users can connect with people locally or find a match based on their interests and mutual friends. However, just like real-life dating apps, you need to keep your profile up-to-date and use common sense when chatting with new people. Bumble claims that users must be 18 and older to use the app. In addition, the app’s terms state that you must agree to the terms in order to use the app. If you’re under the age of 18, you’re not allowed to use Bumble.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a settlement with dating app Bumble that requires the company to change some of its practices. Specifically, the FTC found that Bumble violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COIPA) in its handling of personal information from users under the age of 18.
Bumble is one of the most popular dating apps, with tens of millions of users. While it has its benefits, it can be challenging for singles looking for love. Particularly when it comes to meeting people.
But thanks to its algorithm, the app can be challenging for everyone, not just the people looking for love. In fact, the app has been accused of being so challenging that many users have given up looking for matches.
But the Bumble Boost Settlement with the Federal Trade Commission shows that the app is no longer monitoring its users. Meaning you don’t have to worry about being spammed or swindled either.
That being said, we can’t promise that there aren’t still dating scammers out there. So you should always be weary of who you meet through apps.