Reverse Username Search
As of 2019 audience sizes, according to Statista, the leading internet dating apps in the U.S. were:
With 57% of men and 54% of women admitting to cheat on their partners at some point in their lives, here are the apps preferred by serial cheaters: Viber, Signal, Telegram, Fake Calculator, Date Mate, Tinder, and Vault-Hide. For extramarital affairs in particular, the leading apps of choice are Ashley Madison (their slogan "Life is short. Have an affair" is self-explanatory), Facebook, Private Message Box, Nude, Snapchat and SpSoftAppLock.
There are numerous ways to find secret online dating profiles:
One of the most popular service for tracking secret dating accounts is Infotracer.com where you can conduct reverse phone, email and username searches. Just type in someone's phone number, username, or email, and you'll instantly know if they have profiles on various online datingsites.
If you suspect that your husband/boyfriend/fiancé is still secretly looking for love or just trying to find a date on Tinder, here's what you need to know: inside the Tinder ecosystem, you can only see someone's full profile if you're a match, therefore you have 2 options:
As a security measure, virtually, all popular matchmaking and dating apps such as Tinder, PlentyOfFish (POF), Zoosk, or Bumble ask for registration before allowing anyone to conduct a simple search. To sign up, there are very few requirements and new users can only provide the first name and a phone number.
Here are 4 easy ways to find someone's online dating site accounts (Tinder, Eharmony, Bumble, OkCupid, Coffee Meets Bagel, AdultFriender, Fling, and Zoosk):
Depending on the dating services/website privacy rules, you can either search on their site or choose a third-party service like InfoTracer.com, specialized in online dating profile searching and beyond, helping you find past addresses or hidden phone numbers.
Google is still an option. To trace secret mobile dating profiles:
Google will only filter the results that are relevant to your refined search. If you add the country/region, even better (remember that some dating websites like Tinder are based on geosocial networking).
Your Facebook friends cannot see your Tinder profile or activity from Facebook, but if you've used the Facebook credentials to sign into Tinder, the apps are connected and they could see that Tinder is one of the linked apps. All you need to do is update your Facebook privacy settings and make sure Tinder is not shown as a connected app. To make it private, sing into your Facebook account -> Go to "Settings" (top-right down arrow) -> from the left-hand side menu on your screen select "Apps and Websites" -> "Tinder App" -> Click on "App Visibility" -> Choose "Only Me." The only way to disconnect the two apps is to delete either account, otherwise, you cannot unlink them while still keeping both of them active.
For the 40 million Americans who activate online dating statistics show the following information:
Reverse username tools find people by any username they have on a social profile. Things to consider:
You can browse through match.com without logging in, but you can only view a few profiles. If you get cut off, just clear your browser's cache and you'll be allowed to view more Match profiles. The next best thing in terms of anonymous Match profile viewing is Match's Incognito Mode that lets users browse member profiles in secret, without them ever knowing. You just have to go to the top of every Match page and click on the ghost icon.
Deleting the Tinder app does not delete your Tinder profile and you're still listed in searches since, technically, your account is still there (even if you're not using it anymore). One way to take your profile down and prevent it from ever showing up again is this is to re-download the app, log in and delete your account. Follow these steps: Open the Tinder app, tap on the profile icon (top left corner of the screen) -> "App Settings" -> scroll down and select "Deactivate" or "Permanently delete account." When the "Account successfully deleted" message popsup, it's official: you're no longer on Tinder. According to Tinder's Community Guidelines, "Account Dormancy" is another way of disconnecting users from Tinder – members who don't log in for 2 years could have their account erased for inactivity.