Meetme changed their TOC last year which says that should you upload pics, they own them.
Even if you delete your account, they can still use your pics. Bullying, harrasment and scamming is rife and their admin is shockingly unresponsive to complaints. The block button only works if two members mutually block each other. I miss the old meetme website which was called myyearbook.
Meet Me began its ascent from surprisingly humble origins.
In 2005, a 15- and 16-year-old pair of siblings, Catherine and David Cook, got the idea to trade in the traditional paper yearbook for a 21st-century digital version.
Then when when you call it is an answering service.
Used to be My Yearbook but has been taken over and turned into a dating site.
Boasts 30 million members of which 95% are fake or dormant accounts.What differentiated my Yearbook from other social networking sites was that it specialized in helping users meet new people, rather than taking the Facebook approach of connecting friends who already know each other.The added perk of social flash games also gave my Yearbook a popularity boost.To play the Blind Date game, users must upload a photo.Use the “Find a Date” tab to fill the game board with 4 people you think could be potential matches, then answer the questions under the “Blind Date Games” tab.
There is a possibility that the information provided here is outdated or wrong, please check with the service directly for the most recent information. I used this site a year back and it was fine, but it gets badder and badder by the months.