Moco has been termed as number 1 app to flirt with strangers and have fun with them.
There are no fake profiles and people whom you talk on Moco are actually interested in making new buddies.
When you see your child texting or chatting online, you may assume they are communicating with friends and family. A study from Cox Communications found that 69% of teens regularly receive personal messages online from strangers.
Many parents may be unaware of this because only 21% of teens who receive messages from strangers tell a trusted adult.
But in these very moments where a conversation would enhance an encounter, we often fall short. We go home sweaty and puffy, and eat a birthday cake in the shower.
In order to write an article such as this that is intended to reach the parents of potential victims, I have to be general in my assumptions and sweeping in my aim.
I would rather offend you than not get the message out to someone that could prevent a devastating, life altering event for a child.
The San Diego District Attorney (SDDA) reported that over 45 million children ages 10-17 use the Internet, and among them: The odds that your child or teen has encountered a solicitation from a stranger online are high, and there is also a chance that those messages were inappropriate or lewd.
There are a few social sites that promote chatting with strangers.