Your location is now known by your friends and family thanks to the service by Foursquare. This would be the perfect time for a former friend to take revenge against you. This so-called friend you pissed off now wants harm done to you like their worst enemy. The prefect crime is about to unfold.Foursquare

You actively provide updates of your whereabouts and most of your friends and or family members know your living arrangements. You’re single, living alone and you have a decent amount of valuables sitting at home. You’re out and you update your status – checking into a movie theater at location X. The movie is known along with its duration and location. The person who is out to get back at you also knows where you are and for how long.

You arrive home and discover that you’ve been burglarized. Your first thought is to call the police, friends and family. You even take it further and post the update on Facebook. The friend or family member who committed the crime also knows what course of action you’ve taken.

By now you might have called that same person who just robbed you. They will react in your favor by masking any guilt.

If you think for a second that this would never happen to you, think again. I can recall many friends in my life that I had a fallen out with and you did to.

Do you really need to tell everyone where you are at any given time? Are you desperate in trying to No one cares except someone who may be planning to rob you!

In case you don’t know what Foursquare is, it’s a location-based mobile platform that makes cities easier to use and more interesting to explore. By “checking in” via a smartphone app or SMS, users share their location with friends while collecting points and virtual badges.