Bumble is going to start cracking down on ghosting! Now this doesn't mean if you stop responding to someone you're going to be band. However, if you pull a no-show on a mutual meetup, the person you ghosted will be able to inform Bumble and you could be banned.
Ghosting and no-showing IRL meets are now classed as bullying and abusive conduct under the updated policies. For now, it seems Bumble will rely on user reports to enforce these rules. "At this time, members can report bad behavior in our apps," a Bumble spokesperson said. "Once an incident is reported, a human moderator will then fact-check the information before taking action."