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There are no privacy settings; every detail your teen adds to their personal profile will be present for anyone to see.
The app encourages users to be very open and share personal details to “help” them build connections with fellow users.
Consequences of Stranger Danger In 2014 San Francisco’s City Attorney sued Meet Me after 3 specific sex crimes were directly traced back to the Meet Me users.
In August of that year, a 29-year-old man was charged with multiple counts of sexual impropriety with a minor.
With Meet Me Credits, users are encouraged to perform various tasks on the app.
This gives the app an “arcade-like” feel; teens may forget that their actions on the app have very real, real-world consequences.
Unfortunately, these similarities mask a far greater danger.
Teens naturally gravitate toward social media apps, especially ones that hold the promise of new friendships and relationships.
These credits allow their profiles to gain more attention.
Despite being advertised as an easy way to make “new friends,” Meet Me is regarded as a dating app.