A new website called Swipe Buster claims it can catch people who cheat on their partner using Tinder.

Through Swipe Buster, suspicious significant others can bust their cheating lover by paying $5 and entering a name, gender, age and location, according to the New York Daily News.

Its anonymous creator told Vanity Fair that the website wasn't specifically created to out cheaters, but rather, to educate people about online privacy.

"There is too much data about people that people themselves don't know is available," the designer reportedly told Vanity Fair. "Not only are people over-sharing and putting out a lot of information about themselves, but companies are also not doing enough to let people know they're doing it."

A recent survey by Global Web Index claimed that 42 percent of Tinder users are in a dating relationship or married.

Tinder released a statement in response to Swipe Buster, saying: “Searchable information on the Web site is public information that Tinder users have on their profiles. If you want to see who's on Tinder we recommend saving your money and downloading the app for free.”