“So if for some reason you cannot change their mind on how they feel about you, then the comment goes live after 48 hours, and you can publicly defend yourself. I offered you these solutions, and I’m sorry that’s not enough for you, and I wish you the best.’” She said that in this case the rater leaving the negative review would clearly look like the worse person in the eyes of thepublic.But this idea — Does John Smith suck, or doesn’t he?If, on the other hand, there’s no check on the validity of the number, then there’d be no way to know whether the target of the newly created profile had actually been notified, which would also go against the Cordray confirmed that only reviews of three stars or higher will show up on the Peeple profiles of folks who haven’t opted in to the app. The confusion stems from the flexibility inherent in a three-star review.Three is right in the middle, after all, and can encompass a wide range of sentiments.Julia Cordray, a recruitment specialist and entrepreneur who co-founded Peeple with Nicole Mc Cullough, told Science of Us that the app will use both human moderators and sentiment-analysis software to catch mean reviews before they go live, but she also left herself a lot of wiggle room.That’s the plan “[as] it stands today,” she said, “but that could change at anypoint.” Most of the public concern over Peeple centers on the fact that you don’t have to join in order for someone to create a profile of you and rate you.
There's something about the format that is ideal for fostering a different experience here than on other sites, whether they be dating sites or pen pal sites or whatever.If it wasn't for you, then I would never have met what I am hoping will turn out to be my best friend forever.I will certainly promote your site to everyone, whether they want to know or not!!For a long time I wanted to communicate with people in general in a non-chat format.
It was only when I was on vacation with limited access and resorted to exchanging long emails with a friend who was similarly inclined that I realized that what I wanted was penpals.
A Peeple user can provide your name, a photo, and then rate you — they do have to include your cell-phone number so the app can notify you — and their rating and comments will be viewable by other Peeple users, despite the fact that you never agreed to be part of the platform.