About 1.7 million Snapchat users in India has made decisions to uninstall the application, the is coming after unverified comments from the CEO of Snapchat, Evan Spiegel said the app was not created for poor countries like India and Spain.
According to reports, a former employee, Anthony Pompliano of Snapchat who was with the company for few weeks revealed this, according to him the Siegel who is the current CEO of Snapchat said the app was for the rich and not for poor people and countries like India and Spain.
Pompliano also accused the company of distorting user data and misleading advertisers.
But Speigel denied and described the allegation as false comments of a “disgruntled employee fired for poor performance.” The company further said that it was not lying to advertisers or investors that they had 100 million daily active users or DAUs.
Snapchat is considered one of the most popular social network following Facebook and Instagram.