I’ve been dating a guy online for a month, and he brought up the idea of being exclusive, to which I agreed.
At what point should I take down my dating profile?
"If you subscribed to Tinder Plus, deleting the app and/or your account does not cancel your subscription," Tinder says on its FAQ page. Ok Cupid gives you the option of deleting or disabling your account.
If you disable it, your profile will be removed, but you will be able to get all your old information, pictures, and messages back if you want in the future.
Here are a few places where you won’t find me: at a Starbucks, in a cubicle, and on anymore online dating sites.
I have to admit that a few years ago, I took up the hobby of “dating.” Initially, I thought I wanted a boyfriend/partner, but really, I wanted to meet people and heal from a sour relationship.
On the other hand, there was a really thoughtful guy who planned a picnic at a park and brought all of my favorite foods and drinks.
A recent study found that a remarkable 30% of users on the dating app Tinder aren't actually single.
But how many of those people are still on Tinder by accident?
See, contrary to the assumption of many (including a Business Insider coworker or two), deleting the Tinder app off your phone doesn't mean you have deleted your account.
Here's how you really delete all the online dating accounts you're sick of: To repeat: Deleting the app does not delete your account.