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We have not had any complaints from members, or anyone else about this," he said.

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Spokesman Logan Mudge played down the risk, saying it had no evidence that had happened and that staff vetted all photos that members uploaded to ensure they contained "nothing of a highly personal or salacious nature".

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Trade Me announced last week that it had written off its million investment in the dating site because of competition from the likes of Tinder, and that it would "divert resources" to larger opportunities.

But a member of the public said a combination of flaws allowed Find Someone members to see if other members had hidden photos, work out the web address where they were located, and then download them at their full resolution.

READ MORE: * Drive on for Trade Me to become more relevant * How online dating became mainstream * Kiwi singles reveal the most annoying dating habits Mudge acknowledged the latter two issues were a risk but said Trade Me had not been able to replicate the first one.

The complainant contacted Stuff on Wednesday morning with details of the exploits after Trade Me failed to respond to an email he sent the previous day asking if the company paid a bounty for people who found "bugs" in its system.

Mudge said fewer than 10 per cent of Find Someone members chose to use the hidden photos feature and it was mainly useful for members trialling the service, who were limited in the number of photos they could show.

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