By Ian Randall For Mailonline. Dating app Plenty of Fish is taking a stand against singletons using filtered photos in an attempt to promote authenticity and crackdown on catfishing on its platform. Images deemed to be too heavily filtered will now be removed by the matchmaking site as part of its new vetting scheme.
The dating scene used to be a very different world where old-fashioned methods were the norm.
The company, based in VancouverBritish Columbia  generates revenue through advertising and premium memberships. InPlenty of Fish became a full-time business for Frind. Many of these appearances are undisclosed paid product placements   which have been met with highly negative reviews.
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