Craigslist Killer

January 4, 2011 by Post Team 

Craigslist Killer, Women go to the toilet for two, walk in groups after dark and would never let one friend at a party-all in the name of safety in numbers. Yet many have forgotten this important rule when it comes to online classified ads read, victims of crime when they arrive alone to buy a service or good of false advertising.

“Killer Craigslist, a film broadcast on January 3, 2011 life, emphasizes the importance of creating a classifieds site that allows women to share without having to worry as much victims of crime” says Blalock Tucker, founder and former U.S. Marine “ creates an atmosphere conducive to women that address the exchange between women. For example, there is a section dedicated to the sale of children’s property, such as strollers and clothing. Another section is for women to exchange clothes, handbags and shoes. ”

And while in Phoenix in October 2010, also familiar items such as “employment”, “pets” and “accommodation” is intentionally missing a section that Philip Markoff, man accused of being the killer Craigslist, used to meet his victim’s personals. Extra security measures have been included in this unique site, including a system of interaction rate with a vendor, a profile picture and mini the seller, and the ability to flag an inappropriate message.

“We just wanted to build a more comfortable place for women to connect with other women and exchange real things that women want,” said Blalock, whose girlfriend, Ashley Miller, helps manage the site and provide a perspective Women. “This free site, available in 40 states, is perfect for your wives, mothers, girlfriends, sisters and friends … it’s less intimidating, less summary and a safer place for women to connect with other women.”

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