If you are in a serious and committed relationship, and you suspect that your partner is on Tinder, you can pay a site called Swipe Buster to cruise through Tinder's A. Honestly, if you are seriously considering doing this, I would say just break into your SO's phone to find out for yourself.
(Also a terrible thing to be doing.)The main problem here is that you do not trust your partner.
Select additional search options (smoking/nonsmoking, hobbies, etc.) to filter your results before clicking "Search" to locate the person you wish to find.
The internet is essentially a giant database, overflowing with data points about individuals.I promise you that had I not been able to "check up" on the person I was already going out on real life dates with, I wouldn't have been unduly paranoid that he was a sociopathic f*ckboy.(Which he was not, because you can see real sociopathic f*ckboys coming from a mile away.) Without this paranoia, maybe I would have been a more normal, open date.The private world of yesterday is now an online world.
Everyone with a search engine has an open access to social networks, government databases, and public records.
Fine, you're too curious to listen to my very serious advice that creeping on someone you are just starting to date is a terrible idea.