LULU is a controversial app that allows women to rate their ex-boyfriends, friends or men they don't even know, completely anonymously.
The app hooks up to the woman's Facebook account, but when men try to log on, they have some serious limitations.
Lulu claims to be a girls-only app for insights on life, love and everything in between. It's the only mobile app where women can dish about guys' looks, personality and even their sexual performance.
A quick glance through the app and you see a lot of positive comments about men these women have dated, but the bad certainly outweighs the good.
Any man who has a Facebook page can be rated through the app. The makers of LULU said it's an app designed to give women a safe place to get the real scoop on a guy.
But with ladies commenting anonymously for anyone to read, LULU is bringing up major privacy concerns
"Someone goes to apply for a job and someone checks LULU," said Scott Driscoll of Internet Safety Concepts. "And it says they're not honest or trustworthy that could follow them forever."
LULU was designed by a company in Brazil and if you are a guy with a nasty rating on LULU, Driscoll said there is no getting that down from the site.
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