Product Review of Chatzy
This social messaging analog provides a safe, instant messaging platform for learners. It does not require any sign-up process; it is simply “plug and play.” It works on all browsers and does not require any plug-ins to function. You simply create a virtual chatroom for your learners to interact and develop together. Available in multiple languages.
What Users Dislike About the App
“The staff of Chatzy are constantly closing chats for claiming “sexual activity.” Obviously, there are a lot of bad people on Chatzy that post inappropriate things, but to discipline the owner and not the actual people who are trolling is bad. I’m only one person; I can only be at one place at once. Also, the fact that non-premium rooms can’t even add moderators to help makes it an even worse app.”
“Owners of Chatrooms get their rooms closed because of people posting pornography. Why don’t they discipline the people posting the pornography and not the owner of the chat who can’t be there 24/7? It doesn’t make sense why the people posting pornography aren’t getting in trouble, yet the owners of the chats are. That’s wrong in my opinion. I got my rooms closed twice over “pornography” that was never there! This website is corrupt and unfair to their users.”
“They can block you for anything. They are not a place that will help you out at all. It’s supposed to be a suicidal prevention chat group but the moderator doesn’t approve if you seek help or try to help others. What’s the point of this site if you can’t bring people together to speak about their problems without being shunned?”
“Chatzy only cares for revenue and does not like it when people rally together to demand the company represent their interests. Chatzy limits the power of chat admins, which means trolls can easily access the site—Chatzy uses them as scapegoats for the lack of tools that are made available. Most users do not understand the difficulties admins go through. They only think for themselves. And because Chatzy is full of pedophiles and trolls—where some are even allowed to make rooms themselves—the decent chat admins need to be strict to protect their users.”