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    says:

    @Harry
    Your exemple of police is a good one. When police finds you at fault you’ll receive a fine. Is that a fraud police is committing to charge people a fine?
    Yellow pages, more accurately White pages charge people who doesn’t want to appear in their directory, is that a fraud?
    What makes you think that’s a fraud? (what is your definition of fraud?).

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    Harry Echemco says:

    @mawuna:

    You focused only on the eventually bad sides of the app. When you see the money some folks a spending on 2 or 3 mistresses, instead of caring about their families! Qoqoriqo could expose them and maybe they would have some chill! An angry mistress could post Text message, emails or photos you shoot together!

    Also, I have to say Qoqoriqo is not a fraud, it’s a legitimate app, and has not been built on the premise to hurt you or anyone. The $99 is the price of Deception.

    It appears the main design here is to cash in on these cheaters than solve problem of infidelity. I mean, how can you design an app that is supposed to expose infidelity and still encourage unfaithful partners to pay protection money so they could be covered up. Can’t you see that it doesn’t appear as though you are really committed to solving this problem of infidelity but rather more interested in the protection money.

    This is akin to the Police asking civil offenders to present parti-kola when they are caught in one offence or the other rather than punishing them according to the law. Can’t you see the whole thing smells of fraud. How can you be protecting and exposing at the same time? Very much like what blackmailers will do. Pay protection money or …..

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    says:

    Hi, Mister Mo

    I’m the founder of Qoqoriqo, and I appreciate your review and take on the Qoqoriqo application. It’s something new and quite controversial I admit, but it serves a good purpose, man :)

    You focused only on the eventually bad sides of the app. When you see the money some folks a spending on 2 or 3 mistresses, instead of caring about their families! Qoqoriqo could expose them and maybe they would have some chill! An angry mistress could post Text message, emails or photos you shoot together!

    Also, I have to say Qoqoriqo is not a fraud, it’s a legitimate app, and has not been built on the premise to hurt you or anyone. The $99 is the price of Deception.

    You raised lot of good points, and I have to say we are aware of the danger of people lying or trying to manipulate the results. it’s human nature and no app will solve that. In communities where trust level or morality is very low, it’ll be ugly.

    cite “Unfortunately, It’s possible that some people would try to manipulate the results. However, Qoqoriqo is not limited to the search results. Like Google results are the first steps into discovering the content you are looking for.

    The best way to make one’s mind is to get into contact with the other person and fact check their statement. There is a public forum to share information and also, users can privately contact each other. If the other party can’t share more information about their relationship status with the person in question, they can quickly be dismissed.”

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    Noni ( User Karma: 1 ) says:

    Why would I go through all that hassle to find out if a boyfriend/girlfriend is cheating on me? Unless they are my spouse or Fiance/e, they are disposable in my opinion.

    Even then, if in the big hypothesis, I wanted to play the field I wouldn’t get married or commit. And, if I was so insecure about what my significant other was up to and I resorted to this rubbish to confirm my suspicions, well…

    But then there are enough suspicious and philandering people out there to keep a company like this in business.

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    Harry Echemco says:

    Excellent job!

    It is all said already. A site cannot claim to help you or anyone resolve issues of infidelity while at the same time helping in covering people up. And if they can actually help in covering cheaters up for a fee, how sure are you that the person you are seeking information about is not already under their protection. And talking of protection here, this will actually be very limited given the vast expanse of the Internet and so many ways one can go about things.

    Simply put, the website/app’s stated objective of helping you find out if your life partner is cheating on you is pure and plain bullshit. This website is actually willing to help people cover their tracks for a nice sum. Duh!

    Again, how much can we trust these guys not to sell the protection they are supposed to offer at a fee. What guarantee have we that if someone comes up to offer a better deal on their paying clients, that they will stick to their business obligation since they are already so quick to show their lucre-driven business minded nature?

    I think people should be a little more creative than this, and come up with ideas that can add some values to other people’s lives, rather than engaging in this kind of gossip-fanning business venture.

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