Several male users of datingappen Peaks has felt well and truly violated.
the Service desired-namely, to introduce a so-called 'account verification', so some men would stop lying about their height.
The writing Peaks in a press release.
Introducing the thing you never asked for, but definitely always wanted—Peaks Height Verification. Coming soon.— Pinnacles (@Peaks) 29. march 2019
Read more about it here: https://t.co/8MER0L1U6W pic.twitter.com/hZ507zSoic
'Let's be honest. When it comes to online dating, then sincerity is the most important. Yes, your account has a meaning, like so much else of your natural radiance makes', writes Peaks, among others, in their press release.
It quickly got more men to the keys.
'Stop to get men to be ashamed of its height. Women would be outraged, if the Peaks introduced a 'weight-verification'. Height has nothing to do with personality', writes a user, which also announces that he is 1.90 meters high.
A second man wrote the following:
'I got no matched before. Now you have completely ruined it for me. I have no hope for the future. It is offensive, and I will not find me in'.
According to the Peaks should men write their exact height, and if they lied about it, so would the Peaks even find it with the help of highly advanced teknonolgi.
But fortunately, the rage men completely relax. It later came out that it was an April fool, as the Peaks had made.