Way too many scammers; bitcoin investors, “my English isn’t very goodly”
I should be able to hide my profile from people who don't match my filters.
It's great that folks I've filtered out with my criteria don't show up in my wall of faces...but I shouldn't show up on their wall of faces, either.
If I filter by age, only people in that age range should see my profile.
And I should be able to filter by any criteria, including HIV status and date of last HIV test.
Lazaro Adrian commented
Jaime K. Scatena commented
GrindR isn’t very safe anymore.
Junior Langkieo commented
I'm shy n free std
MaRio Game commented
It’s my profile
Lee Chambers commented
verification For everyone to prove there age buy a debit card/passport to keep under age of the site and to protect the vulnerable. That people with autism/Learning disability that go on Who don’t know from right or wrong
Makes it easier to find guys that are my type.
Hutch Overstreet commented
Ive noticed a poz tag but nothing for people who are poz to say that they cant transmit it or even to say what the status of their staus is. People who live with HIV already get shuned by the queer community for there status due to lack of understanding and unwillingness to look past it and learn.
Mazin Barakat commented
Please unblock me I will adhere to instructions from here on
Nate Wood commented
Could this also be used to lock people to a profile you know so people don't create new profiles every couple weeks and hit up the same people over and over again. Hoping they'll forget that they weren't interested.?
Bruno santos commented
Grindr has no intention of adding this option as they'd loose a lot o users the ones that catfish, also they are money hungry
Calabasas TwentyOne commented
There are still a lot of DL guys on the app. And not being able to change your location means it's very easy for someone to create a new account and identify who in their dorm or apartment complex are on the app, before they have a chance to block you.
It would be nice to offset your location so people can't just walk right up to your place and identify who you are and that you're using the app.
Kalvin Ratsch commented
Most people who have HIV do not post their status because of alienation and bullying from those who haven’t researched. Thanks to medicine, most people who have HIV now are undetectable and on medication, which means they cannot transmit the virus. Anyone who has an issue with HIV today has not done their research on it
John Wall commented
There are so many uninformed users that believe that a HIV Status of Negative = No/Less Risk & definitely safer than a HIV Status = Poz/Undetectable. And as a 33 year Survivor “HIV Testing”/FACTS should be one the FIRST items, Not “Anal Health”
Grindr should build in sti contact tracing. Here's how I see this working:
- mark people you've hooked up with, associated with a date
- this could sync with Apple Health Sexual Activity and/or Android equivalent
- for spam prevention, Grindr could require the other user to confirm, or require that the chat between them have > 1-n threshold messages
- user notifies on the app if they get a positive result
- at this point, Grindr anonymously informs everyone from the past 60 days automatically
- alternatively, users can opt in to supply a custom message and not be anonymous
- Grindr uses user location to provide the potentially at-risk users recommendations for free/subsidized/low-cost testing sites located near them
For me is the verification like planetromeo doing the best.
Here a copy of the text from planetromeo how does it works:
When a user saves you, they have the option to mark you as ‘known personally’. Once 10 users have done this, and they are collectively known by at least 100 other users, you are verified. Click on your badge for more information.
Why have grinder nothing? I get everyday so many messages from
“Idiots” fake Profil guys. They open every day new profiles. For me soon a reason to stop use Grindr.
This is should be a priority, STDs numbers are rising
Mel Barnhart commented
This is how scammers get in