Bailey and Cameron are talking about meeting people online and why it isn't working well...
I just don't want to reveal my personal information so quickly.
I know, right? I want to make sure someone is who they claim, there are so many phonies out there.
They've gotten this far in the conversation several times. Today, Sam is offering a new idea...
It's called QPQ. They confirm the identity of their users, and you don't even have to reveal your real name to other users unless you both agree.
How does QPQ know who I am?
Sam explains the QPQ process that makes it work.
Everybody who wants to be safer online signs up, then QPQ does a background check, kind of like when you apply for a job. then you can keep using your screen names or share your real name as long as the other person will, too.
You just get QPQ to do a background check, then you see your own info: a picture, name, location, and any important records. Once you see your report you can even add a note to explain anything that isn't clear. Your details stay private as long as you want. No more scams!
So it's like a private bridge between people, keeps our private stuff private, and checks the other person, too? That solves almost everything!
I don't know about you, but I'm more likable when I feel safe!