Convicted rapists using dating apps, revealing screening discrepancies

Convicted rapists using dating apps, revealing screening discrepancies

An alarming new report alleges sexual predators are using popular dating apps – and other users have no idea. The report exposed screening discrepancies between Match Group’s free dating apps, including Tinder, OKCupid, Plenty of Fish, and its paid service, Match.com. One woman told us she was raped on her first date by a convicted rapist she met online. Nikki Battiste reports.

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