Tiny Startup Takes on Facebook and Craigslist

SAN FRANCISCO - Dec. 13, 2019 - PRLog -- Tiny Startup Takes on Facebook and Craigslist

Washington - November 6, 2019 – California's attorney general has been investigating Facebook's privacy practices and accused the company of failing to cooperate with his inquiry, in the network's fight over how it treats user information.

Craiglist.org has been deemed the scam site for online classifieds for years now.

One guy decided to take a stand and create a safe, user friendly, scam free classified network that does not profit from user's personal data.  Micheal Dhane built TinyAds.net™ and is only charging $1 for any Ad posted on the site.  Currently only available in the US he does plan on expanding to other Nations.

People need a different option than what they currently have.

Mr. Dhane felt that human vetted Ads that only cost $1 for 30-day Ads was the answer.  The truth is. He was right.

"People know that if they use Craigslist there is a great possibility of getting scammed, and Facebook markets your personal data that most people do not agree with."

https://TinyAds.net launched November 18,2019 and within the first week the site had 55,000-page request.  This proved that people were looking for a better, more secure, online classified network.

Micheal Dhane
2501 CR 3550
Valley Mills, TX 76689
C: 254-214-5738

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