As of two weeks ago, if you wanted to catch your SO cheating on you via Tinder, you had to jump on the app yourself and swipe through possibly hundreds of people to spot the alleged lying bastard.
But now, thanks to Swipebuster, you can do a simple search to reveal your boyfriend or girlfriend's cheating ways for a small fee of $4.99. The website, which launched last week, gives you three chances per fee to search for your honey.
All you have to do is type in his or her first name, age, gender and the location where he or she is most likely using Tinder. In a matter of seconds, the website forks over the results, including lots of juicy details like what profile picture the person is using, when they last logged in and whether they're seeking men or women.
Apparently, Swipebuster sorts through publicly available information to dig up dirt on two-timing SOs. In an interview with Vanity Fair, the website's founder (who smartly chose to remain anonymous) said,
There is too much data about people that people themselves don't know is available. Not only are people oversharing and putting out a lot of information about themselves, but companies are also not doing enough to let people know they're doing it.
Surprisingly, Swipebuster's founder has said he'd like to see Tinder making a greater effort to keep users' information private. Of course, this inspired Tinder to jump in on the conversation with a spokesperson telling Vanity Fair,
Searchable information on the website is public information that Tinder users have on their profiles. If you want to see who's on Tinder we recommend saving your money and downloading the app for free.
So, to be clear, you have the option of spending hours searching for your SO while spiraling into a pit of paranoid self-doubt or paying five bucks to do a simple search. What do you do after finding incriminating evidence? Well, that's up to you, boo.