All dating apps have some pay-to-play feature. Their subscription services have hidden features behind paywalls and leave the user wanting more.
More than often, we’re tempted to want to purchase some or all of the hidden features. Popular apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge hold users from being matched until you pay the app money.
If you’re a college student, there may be a situation where you want to hide that you’re paying a dating service from your parents.
If they’re paying your credit card bill, telling them when they see a dating app come up as a charge may be awkward. It’s easier if it comes up as something normal; that way, there are no guilty explanations to be dealt with.
How Tinder Appears On a Credit Card
For instance, in many cases, Apple’s App Store will display the purchase as “App Store Purchase.” This depends on the bank and the credit card you’re using.
If you’re a Google customer, it may appear as “Google* Tinder” on your statement. We recommend purchasing a .99 item from a completely different mobile app in the app store and asking to see your parents for the statement. Continue reading How Do Dating Apps Appear On Credit Cards?