A recent study has found 62% of people concern meeting someone with bad intentions offline (extortion, physical or physical violence, etc.), and 43% of dating college women report experiencing violent and abuse. After hearing stories and experiencing the risk, danger, and challenge that online dating poses for my generation, I decided to create DateFroce (DF). DateForce is an online dating service that allows users to find a significant other who likes them for who they are, rather than their appearance. Anyone that uses DateForce will find that they have an entire community of supporters that will help them avoid the challenges of online dating and eventually find a significant other. DateForce became a call to action to help my colleagues, friends, and my future kids avoid the struggles of online dating.
There's no swipe left/right. Instead, your profile (which contains your stories, videos, diaries, photos, and community groups) is hidden. You must first engage in a conversation with your matches until you feel comfortable enough to let them see your profile.
Rather than just providing the online interaction, DateForce takes dating to another level by allowing groups to set up events for people who want to meet their matches in a safe area.
I believe, DateForce believes that dating should be fun, exciting, stress-free, and you should have all the time and opportunity to see the true nature of someone before giving your heart to them.