RGU Tinder

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The Instagram page ‘rgutinder’ currently possesses 69 followers and has posted twice. The bio states “Spotted the love of your life and want to see him/her again?, send us a brief description and you and your crush could be featured, RGU STUDENTS.”

The account appears to protect anyone’s identity but reveals direct messages sent to them with a description of who the sender is interested in romantically. It seems the objective of the page is to grab the attention of the potential bae and bring the two together, although the page doesn’t actually depict what their intentions are with the information.  

Radar caught up with students to see what they think: 

One student said “it’s quite embarrassing for whoever started it, I haven’t paid much attention to it” 

Another just simply stated, “how old are they?” 

Another student added “I can’t decide if any of the people who have “written in” are real or fake”. 

Do you think the page is a fraud? Let us know in the comments.

Check out the profile here:  

https://instagram.com/rgutinder?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=1njjgheqa15ov

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