can tinder matches see your phone number?

Tinder does not reveal your phone number even if you choose to sign up for an account using your phone number.

Is It Safe To Use Your Phone Number On Tinder?

Is It Safe To Use Your Phone Number On Tinder?

No Tinder does not tell anyone your phone number, real name, email address or anything else. That is not to say this stuff doesn’t leak or cannot be hacked, but Tinder has quite a strict data policy that keeps your personal information as safe as it can be.

Does Tinder Show or Expose your E-mail Address?

The usual method of using a Gmail address specifically for your dating doesn’t necessarily work for Tinder as it plugs directly into Facebook. There is a way around that though it does require effort. Rather than just setting up a specific email account, you will need to create an entire persona just for Tinder.

Dishonest ISP or company employees and hackers have been known to collate huge lists of email addresses and sell them to spammers. You can buy lists of thousands of addresses on the dark net for as little as $40 per 100,000 addresses. If you provide your email address to a company for any reason and an employee needs a little cash, this is one of the ways they can make it.

So what was the point of that exposition on how spammers get your email addresses? It illustrates just how email addresses can be found, accessed and used. Just because you recently signed up to a new product or service and begin receiving spam does not necessarily mean that service leaked your email address. There are many ways to get it.

First off, let me answer the initial question. Does Tinder show or expose your email address? No Tinder does not tell anyone your phone number, real name, email address or anything else. That is not to say this stuff doesn’t leak or cannot be hacked, but Tinder has quite a strict data policy that keeps your personal information as safe as it can be.

I believe there is filtering on Tinder that looks for fake Facebook accounts in order to prevent scammers creating fake Tinder profiles. That’s why I suggest leaving it a while until you have some time and activity under your belt. The more legit the account looks, the higher the chance of having it accepted.

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