The website and social media pages for controversial human-rating app Peeple have been taken offline, after a flood of criticism.
As of Monday, its website has been removed, as have its Facebook and Twitter accounts. Meanwhile, the company’s Instagram account has been set to private as of Sunday.
Its previous YouTube videos have also vanished.
The Peeple app sparked a storm of controversy when it was announced last week as a way to rate individuals.
While the official website for the app is inaccessible for many, some users have reported being directed to a landing page that reads: “Join the positive revolution #oct12”.
Julia Cordray, one of the founders of the app, told the BBC in an email: “We look forward to October 12, 2015 where we will be taping for an exclusive talk show and expose our concept to the world.
“World’s largest positivity app for positive people launching November 2015 on iOS and Android.”
However, Cordray did not provide any details about the talk show or explain why the Peeple social media accounts have been disabled.