Earlier today, dweeb announced the launch of dweeb app, its new app to verify that people are who they say they are set to go live 11/7/22. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of online apps, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.
Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice other services exist, but are expensive or hard to use. The co-founder at dweeb, Mike Jaczewski, makes a point of saying “We’re so excited to bring the dweeb app to market for the first time”.
Mike Jaczewski continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing with complicated search criteria, and fees that are often $29 or more for a single search, we will are bringing free reverse phone searches to everyone, and individual advanced searches are priced at $1 or less. The dweeb app allows everyone to verify that someone is, who they say they are.”
dweeb is a brand new app coming to market, and is the easiest way to search for publicly available data on just about anyone.
Currently, the closest thing to dweeb app is hiring a private investigator or background check service requires time and money, but dweeb app improved on this by letting everyone to do a simple reverse phone search, and a subscription option for only $9.99 for advanced search information, up to 10 searches per month. This alone is predicted to make dweeb’s app to verify that people are who they say they are more popular with customers in all kinds of use cases.
Once again, dweeb app is set to launch 11/7/22. To find out more, the place to visit is https://www.dweeb.app
For further information about dweeb, this can be discovered at https://www.dweeb.app
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