‘Yelp for humans’ app Peeple vanishes following backlash – Lyanne Alfaro

Peeple, which enables humans to rate each other as users would rate businesses on Yelp, has gone offline.

The company’s Twitter, Facebook and even website are no longer accessible. The co-founders have remained silent as to why this change happened.

When attempting to access, we received a “Not Found” page, though some users are being sent to another landing page with the following message:”Join the positive revolution #oct12,” according to the BBC.

October 12 is presumably the date when the founders of Peeple, Julia Cordray and Nicole McCullough, “will be taping for an exclusive talk show and expose our concept to the world,” the duo provided in an email to the BBC.

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