There could be tons of reasons why you are not getting/loading any matches on Tinder. It happens on platforms where thousands of users experience the same problem. Well, Tinder is full of errors such as “oops something went wrong” and “error 5000” etc on Android and iOS devices. This one is also a common issue you are facing right now. But don’t worry we are gonna fix it in this guide.
First of all, we will talk about why this is happening to you and what are the main reasons. It is like a sudden problem or happens on a daily basis. We are going explore several reasons for not showing match issues so that you fix it yourself.
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Reasons and Fixes for Tinder Not Showing Matches
There could be thousands of problems for you to not getting matches on Tinder. But we are gonna show you the most common ones. So you will be able to fix Tinder failed to match error, no matches, and not showing up matches error yourself.
The first you sign up for Tinder, you should complete the profile and it is important that it must looks perfect. It doesn’t mean you are not looking good but your profile does. You have just presented yourself the way it is not supposed to be.
Also, you are almost not following the rules of looking attractive on Tinder. You definitely understand what I mean here. So please sit back with calm, and go to your profile. Try fixing things up and see if it is working.
Don’t Right Swipe Profiles
Yes, you heard me. There is no doubt that sometimes you may have been right-swiping on other profiles without giving them a single look. So it’s definitely Tinder’s algorithm not showing you matches.
In such a case, you will need to wait for days sometimes weeks to let the algorithm fix things for your profile. Keep opening the app each day and don’t do weird activities. However, if this is your very first time on the app and you are not getting any matches. Then something else goes wrong.
Your Tinder Account is Full of Bugs
Wait, I am going to explain it. Thousands of users are creating their profiles with fake numbers. Thus they experience several issues including this one. You must be thinking how?
Look there are tons of websites that let you use temporary location addresses and phone numbers. You probably created your Tinder account using those services and the algorithm somehow detects it.
If not, then you are not bugged. But it may happen while creating your account, the internet is gone and you are trying again and again. After that somehow you have created the account but it’s Tinder, and you may face thousands of issues similar to this one. The only that may help in such a scenario is to over-start on Tinder again.
You are too Quick on the Platform
You are probably too picky while using the Tinder app. Try not to right-swipe the profile, sending too many messages and similar things. Set back relax and wait for a day or two then get back on the app and start using it with very calm fingers. You may be getting the point right? Try lowering your Tinder standards, just don’t pretend to be spammy overall and avoid being banned.
Unusual Activity on Your Tinder Account
There is something wrong with your account, someone else does have access to it. Somebody tries to reset your password, and you are resetting your password again and again. That way the algorithm will show ban you and you will not see matches on Tinder.
Don’t keep trying at the same time if there is something that went wrong error. It is definitely Tinder is down and be active soon. However, if you are doing then the system will think you are a robot that may shadowban you. You will access your account but won’t use lots of features including matches.
In such a situation, try clearing the cache of the app, restarting the app, and if possible the phone. Then give it a try after some time. Sure this will fix the not showing matches problem.
Your Account has been Reported
You are getting too deep with someone who is not interested. You understand what I mean, however, they reported your account as a spammer. That way Tinder may have stopped you from seeing any further matches. The only solution for such a case is just to delete your Tinder account and start over again. But you may lose tons of things.
What to do if You think You have been Reported
There is nothing much you can do if someone has reported your account with proper details. However, as I mentioned above you can either delete your account and start over again or contact the support team and explain to them what exactly happened.
You know your account better than anyone if you think you have higher standards on the platform. Then collect information on your behalf so you can clarify things and unban yourself with ease via contact support.
Tinder Failed to Match Error
First of all, confirm everything that you don’t have any unusual activity and profile setting it in your Tinder account. Meaning, check that you have not changed your password again and again. You’re trying to use the app in an unknown region. Your profile is completely set up and looks perfect. You don’t have any current misunderstanding with someone and they have reported you.
Once you do notice all these things and think it’s not your fault. Then first, restart your Tinder app and smartphone and check that you have a stable internet connection. If nothing helps, then try contacting the Tinder support team. But who knows they will answer you on time and you will get the failed to match error fixed. That’s all you can do for now.
Final Thoughts on Not Getting Tinder Matches
If you really think none of the above can work for your account and get back matches on Tinder again. Then probably you are a banned user and there is nothing you can do but get rid of your current account and start a new one.
Somehow if you have started getting back matches. Then try not to be an invisible ghost and over-picky. You can stop yourself from doing unusual activities and right-swiping tons of profiles each day. What are your thoughts on the same problem, have you fixed it, and how? Let SociallyPro know in the comment section below.