FILE-In this May 31, 2018, file photo, a customer enters the Apple store in New York city. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Apple is not in the review or on the boat, a stream, and a dating service in the app store after receiving a scathing report claiming that the app is riddled with prostitution, and other sexual shenanigans, The Post has learned.
The maker of the iPhone, and the research of MeetMe a dating app that allows users to send digital cash to people live streaming peep shows, and, after a private investigator’s report about the alleged prostitution, which is illegal, or sexual content, are prohibited by Apple’s terms and conditions of the service, according to the documents obtained by The Post.
“I really appreciate you sending all the feedback, it is very, very serious,” and a reviewer in Apple’s app store, wrote in an e-mail to the researcher. “One of the team will have to investigate and follow-up as necessary,” the writer said in the e-mail was sent to The Post by an investor who is betting against the company.
The investor, who did not want to be named, is also an undated photograph of The Item, that is, the investor is said, was taken due to a MeetMe user, in which young girls, wearing braces, watching a man out of his clothes.
“We are working hard to provide a safe and secure environment for all our mobile apps, as well as in the enforcement of the law, and in cases where there are immediate threats to physical safety and security,” said Brandyn Bissinger, a spokeswoman for the parent to Meet with The Group.
“We are not aware of any on-going research of the nature suggested in your post,” she added. “We have to monitor the app 24 hours a day. We do not allow prostitution.”
The exchange of information between the investigator and the Apple employees, following the report on Friday, a 22-year-old man in Missouri, who are using the app in order to have a 11-year-old girl and raping her.
The man was charged with kidnapping and rape, but copped to one count of third-degree molestation and was sentenced to five years of supervised release, according to The Washington Post. He was ordered to register as a sex offender.
MeetMe introduces a video in 2017 and is expected to reach $82 million euros in revenue this year, according to the rules and regulations.
The company makes money by allowing users to purchase the digital currency, sending it to another user, according to the documents. The company and the recipient user can get to 35%, while Apple’s and Google’s app stores to get a 30% discount.
The streams will be assessed by The Post office showing a man masturbating and exposing his penis. In another, a woman bared her breasts to stimulate the viewer.
Spokespeople for Apple and Google, not to requests for comment.
This story was first published in the New York Post.