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    Jason Jones commented  · 

    There's nothing wrong with taps. When someone nods at you and smiles at a bar or event and waits to see whether the greeting is returned before proceeding, do you berate or ignore that person for having the gall not to march right up to your face and launch into the beginning of a conversation? It's funny that on Scruff I never see anyone criticize real people for woofing.

    HOWEVER the problem on Grindr is that, as others have noted, the overwhelming majority of taps are fake anyway. Why Grindr can't control the spam/scams (an endless stream of profiles featuring the phrase "for the rest of my life") when Scruff has these well under control is mystifying. Giving their failure to do so, they should let us block taps. And I see this idea was floated a year ago, but they haven't implemented it yet.

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