A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says pregnant women should use a backpage escort service to get pregnant.
The report says that backpage’s website and apps can be used to solicit sex in exchange for a price.
The app, called Backpage Me, lets users pay for sex through the app and then post it on a private messaging site.
According to the report, the Backpage app allows users to advertise sex for up to $1 per transaction, and allows users a 24-hour notice of when they can expect a purchase.
The apps also allow users to post ads in other locations.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that backpayments were made through Backpage between March 2014 and June 2015, when the apps were first launched.
The agency noted that it had found a number of instances where a pregnant woman would be offered a backpayment, including when the woman was a new user to Backpage and the backpayment was “a simple transaction,” such as getting a new phone.
However, the agency noted it could not find instances where Backpage had solicited sex in return for money.
It said it would continue to investigate the Backpiercer business and determine if there was any wrongdoing by Backpage.
The CDC also found that Backpage’s apps were used to sell sexual services.
The app, Backpage, was launched in 2008, according to the CDC report.
It allows users, including those seeking a backprice, to pay for their services through a computer screen.
Backpage also sells “sexual aids,” including the ability to perform oral sex and masturbation.
Backpage also offers an “in-app payments” service that allows users pay in real-time for services and content.
The backpiercers also offer other products including “pornographic and child exploitation,” “hundreds of fake jobs” and “hobby jobs,” the report said.
The Backpage apps were designed by two men who have been indicted in a prostitution sting in New York City.