Fluttr in the Press

The growing popularity of online dating apps in the UK has led to a sharp rise in romance fraud, with at least one in five people have been the victim of catfishing according to a 2021 survey by BetMinded.In the first quarter of 2021, romance fraud cost the UK dating app users more than £73.9m according to the consumer association Which?, with online dating scams up a staggering 40 per cent since the pandemic.
Fluttr will be using Yoti’s digital identity verification technology to try to mitigate that threat. The technology will ensure that each account belongs to a real human customer, which in turn will give daters more confidence when interacting with potential matches. Fluttr is a new dating service that is currently capitalizing on Valentine’s Day with a February 14 launch in the UK.
A new British dating app is promising to eradicate Tinder Swindler-style romance fraud, which cost duped daters almost £100m last year, by ensuring that all members complete biometric ID verification before they digitally mingle. Fluttr, which claims to be the first UK online dating app to use such technology to improve user safety, is launching on Valentine’s Day in the hope of getting a boost from singletons looking to change their relationship status.
Fluttr, an online dating app requiring the use of full biometric ID verification technology to improve user safety and security, has launched, offering a secure platform where people can safely find love and make new authentic connections.
… and guaranteeing users protection from fake profiles, catfishing and romance fraud. Biometric ID verification of all users is combined with human moderation to create a safe experience for Fluttrers Fluttr harnesses artificial intelligence-driven content monitoring to keep the app ecosystem safe, including award-winning AI-powered image moderation for the detection of inappropriate content Fluttrers can connect and game together, with games such as ‘Mystery Fluttr’, a game inspired by the popular TV show ‘Blind Date’, to help people connect and to make the online dating experience more entertaining
Dating platform Fluttr has officially launched. Fluttr is the UK’s first ever online dating app to require the use of full digital ID verification technology. The secure platform enables users to safely and securely find love and make new authentic connections. Fluttr has been designed as a new kind of dating app and online experience that puts real people, whose identities have been verified, at the heart of the app to prevent commonly seen abuses in the online dating and social landscape where anonymity and a lack of security allow multiple false identities, catfishing, and romance fraud to proliferate.
In order to ensure user safety, a new dating app in the United Kingdom has vowed to remove the chance of Tinder Swindler-style fraud on its usage. The people using the app would be required to complete biometric ID verification before they connect with their possible partner on a digital medium, The Guardian reported. The app majorly owned by a UK-based technology company Ethical Social Group is all set to be launched on Valentine’s Day.
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