Recently, my 9 year old son was on the internet (of course with me right behind him monitoring him) and he found this on google, while looking up a kids game website. I saw the website, and it looked legitimate and reasonable, so, I let him make a free account. Soon, he became responsible enough to be allowed to go on alone. Eventually, he started calling his friends at school mean names, which got me a call from the counselor. I decided to temporarily change his password to something only I can log into. I then created an account and started to play the game myself. I immediately noticed severe product advertising (Builder's Club) and the incredibly size of the website. I read in the TOS that all content is user created, and I immediately thought this could be abused, and I was right. I decided to go to a place on the front page of the games page, and the name itself was dissapointing. "Boys and Girls Hangout". I decided to view it some more, and in the description, I found that one of the user created rules was "No ODing". I asked my son what that meant, and he said Online Dating! There are kids online dating on a kids website. I found this completely unacceptable, and decided to enter the place myself. From the start, I was given rude and hurtful (To children) comments about what my Lego like character was wearing. Eventually, they left me alone and I started to view the comments made by other players like "say 123 for a hot bf". I reported them to the game moderator and left the game. The next day, I decided to investigate some more, and found out that my account was banned for reporting kids online dating. They said I was "Lying to Moderation, Online Dating (Which I was reporting them for), and Rude and Offensive Behavior). Frustrated, I read the community rules, and it said that you have to be 13 years or older to be a moderator. That means a teenager has access to something being paid for by a credit card! I put it on my son's computers blocked website list. The community is bad. Your best bet is to stay off it, period.