Interesting. Soon as you sign up and log in your automatically given like 15 pets and your profile is out in the open for someone to buy. So what exactly happened? And it's nice to know I'm not the only sucker out there. "Spread the word: Tagged stinks!" shouted a Facebook friend the same day. Techie language aside, that explanation is problematic. The company calls itself a "premier social-networking destination focused on 'Social Discovery " whatever that means. Then a lot will send you a message screaming at you, swearing, calling you names and say something like don't ever buy from me again, when it was a picture you bought first before they bought it so you buy it back and block them. An interesting alternative among all the love apps out there.
"Recently, we integrated the 'Tags' photo-sharing feature with the registration path Schleier-Smith wrote. This seems to make them even madder then before, so what a lot will do is if they have enough money they will try and buy all the pictures you own on a daily bases, then they will make fake accounts and attack you with. "Did you send pictures?" "What is this Tagged stuff?" "Thanks for the headshot, jackass." I had to send out a bunch of apologies and explain what the heck was going. Did Dinda and I snap a photo together back in the day? I'm not going to retrace the exact steps, because to do that, I would have to click on that link again, and I'm deathly afraid.