Such features include the 'selfie request' button, through which women can request a man they're speaking to send a 'selfie' to prove they are the same person as in the pictures.
Badoo also has a photo verification process, where users upload a photo of themselves mimicking a specific pose.
Badoo operates on a freemium model, whereby the core services can be used without any payment. Badoo has several features that enable users to meet people.
When they first sign up, individuals select whether they want to meet new people to date, chat or to make new friends.
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