Your teenager may simply be looking for new friends; they may not be concerned or even aware of the hidden dangers.
Talk with them and help them see the risk of reaching out to strangers or sharing personal information.
It’s very common for sexually explicit and even pornographic material to find its way into user news feeds.
Everything–including your teen’s information–is out in the open and easy for everyone to see.
As an extra feature, users can also earn “Meet Me Credits,” also nicknamed “Lunch Money,” to build their profile and gain more profile views.
While there’s nothing wrong per say with building new friendships, it isn’t always safe or ever recommended by us to reach out to strangers via the internet.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.Although the Meet Me app possesses a 4-star Google Play rating and over 100 million users, Meet Me is one of the most dangerous apps available to teens.This app is designed to closely imitate other popular social media apps such as Facebook and Instagram.