Unless you're single, you might not be familiar with dating apps such as Tinder, where users can quickly swipe through prospective dates.
During this time, ‘Amy’ matched with 200 males, was messaged by 122 males and 70% of the males messaging her were over the age of consent.
One man even said in his profile that he was 24 years-old and was, “laughing at the internet”.
Within seconds of signing up to the app she received sexual messages.
One 16-year-old said to her: "I think your [sic] really hot.. " Altogether eight males directly asked the 13-year-old for sex.
A spokesman said the company has a ‘responsibility’ for its users and after assessing its policy since the beginning of the year, adding “we have decided to discontinue service for under 18 users.” Earlier this year it was revealed the number of reported crimes involving dating apps has increased more than sevenfold in the past two years .
The reported crimes included rape, grooming and attempted murder.
The figure came from 30 police forces in England and Wales who responded to a Freedom of Information request from the Press Association.
Tinder was mentioned in 277 reports of crimes in 2015 - up from 21 in 2013.
Earlier today it was revealed that it was a Good Morning Britain investigation that uncovered evidence of children being targeted for sex on one of the world's biggest teenage dating sites, Tinder.
Following the findings the popular social portal announced it was banning teenagers under the age of 18 .
The news of Tinder's changes arrived just hours after the ITV breakfast programme handed over the findings, according to the show's producers.