Notify me when action has been taken against a user I blocked
I would like some kind of progress or notification that action has been taken against people who I have blocked. I receive far too many nude photos and I want to see that slow down.
That will never happen because Grindr doesn't take action. They only put it in the rules that you can't send unsolicited nudes (in a vague, roundabout way at that) because they're required to. If the admins are anything like their users, they fully support unsolicited nudes. I mean, we're all gay guys, that means we should love having nude photos sent without asking, right? If Grindr could be in the app store with nude photos as profile photos, they would.
Getting notification when action is taken is one thing. But your justification for wanting this feature is laughable.
Josh Becker commented
This makes no sense. Nudes are a part of the game...
Taking action against people who send nude pics? Sorry but nudes are part of the game in this app. I would be annoyed if someone DIDN'T send them.
Revenge only hurts yourself. When someone reports that is taking recourse and trust Grindr is permanently banned trigger happy. They will ban this person permanently. They evaluate every single complaint and if found to be in violation of the TOS Grindr will investigate further and take proper actions. If they allow an appeal, IF, the investigation is revisited except by a new CSR not the one who originally investigated. Leave it to them you shouldn’t stress out anymore than they already made you.
Yes, I would love to know about this. There have been times where I've reported users who are either harassers or even underage and for some reason I always see them back on the app. So it makes me wonder if grindr truly is trying to make the app a safe place.
this is a HOOKUP app for GAY men...so your 'complaint' is pointless. If you can't expect to see nudes on a hookup...BUH BYE
Well “Sarah” maybe you would prefer Facebook if you tried it.
Seeing as grindr is a hookup app for Gay. Men. Your sense of entitlement is—-ERROR