Qooh.me

Website review by Leslie Crenna, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 17+

Anonymous Q&A interesting concept, but just doesn't work.

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age 18+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 18+

Scam & Fraudulent Company

Someone has made a fraudulent account with my email address.. I have been in contact with this company to try and get it sorted as its very frustrating that someone has been allowed to make an account with my email. The reset password links don't work as I have tried this. Instead, the person who manages your facebook has been asking for my personal email and personal private facebook passwords in order to gain access to the fraudulent account and shut it down. The only issue is that my personal facebook is not linked with the account they have used. It's a shame that this company think it is okay to let people use other people's emails to create accounts and will not do anything about it. Asking for peoples private passwords that are not linked to them in any way is just wrong. Stay away people.. An if your child is creating an account, please make sure they are using their own email. I am fed up of getting random questions like "Wow, i saw you in school today"... I'm 22 i don't go to school. Please do something to shut this account down.
age 18+

Vehicle for sexual grooming

My child signed up for this site because all of her friends had. It was a passing phase and when I found out about it we discussed that giving people a way to send nasty messages anonymously wasn’t a good idea. She forgot about it and hasn’t used it but has recently started to receive unsolicited emails from strangers through qoohme containing inappropriate sexual messages (latest one was “Who want to see my nudes? chilp.it/afcd9d5" ). My child has never seen a message like this before and I am in the process of emailing with the company to close her account and remove her email address and mine from their database but I haven’t succeeded yet. So, warning to all, this is not a safe site and is much worse than I had originally imagined (potential random mean messages / bullying).

This title has:

Too much sex

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