Ruby Radar, a high-end Australian dating website aimed at executives and entrepreneurs, is using a biometric verification service to protect users from fake profiles which can be used to scam site members.

In order to strengthen its rigorous member screening process, Ruby Radar uses an ID verification solution from My Verified ID which compares members’ photos to government-issued ID such as a drivers licence or passport.

Users can sign into Ruby Radar through “My Verified ID” and other site members see a certificate on their account, showing that their identity has been additionally verified.

According to a Computerworld Australia post, around 42 percent of Ruby Radar members currently use the biometric verification service.

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