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Mar 6, 2021
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Jan 25, 2021
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Pay us to remove your PERSONAL info. Nope. That's blackmail.
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Dec 8, 2020
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The information on MyLife was created by someone who works for MyLife. It included incorrect and bogus information that is supposedly about me. I never saw it before. They put it on their site without my approval. They also stole my photos from those other two sites to our on their site also without my permission. Then they try to extort me to pay money to get to my personal information! That is reprehensible. It's a con and consummate grifter. He ought to be shut down. Class Action lawsuit anyone? MyLife used to be Reunion.com. It changed its name in 2002. I joined to find people and help people find me. I complained to Reunion's creator, Jeffrey Tinsley, that all of my information on Reunion.com was stolen from Facebook and Classmates.com without my permission including photographs. He never addressed my statement - just kept sending me emails. What used to be free began to cost a lot. They keep raising their prices. I will never pay for my own personal information. SCAM! IDENTITY THEFT!
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Oct 5, 2020
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This site is one of those bottom-feeder data mining sites that captures public record information about individuals and then tries to sell the information and membership to those persons under the guise of correcting incorrect, outdated information, etc. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has brought action against MyLife.com in the past but so far has not managed to stop it. Note that much of your info shown is either incorrect or outdated. See the Clark Howard (consumer warrior) site for tips on how try to get your info removed.https://clark.com/protect-your-identity/mylife-remove-information/ If you contact MyLife try not to give them your contact info or they will simply update their web site and expose you that much more. If you email them to request deleting your info you should consider first setting up a separate Gmail or Hotmail email to use when communicating with scam sites like MyLife. Do not give them any accurate info they can use. There are other data mining sites on the internet, too.
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Jul 28, 2020
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twenty years out of date
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Jul 27, 2020
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This site has me living with a woman in a place where I've never lived, and the woman happens to be my ex who I divorced in 1985. Misleading? Unethical? Worse. Doug Pratt, Atlanta, Georgia
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Mar 29, 2020
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This website said I was a "Female" that was on the "Sexual offender Registry". I'm seriously wondering if I can sue this website for slander or libel. I don't care about being called a girl, but the sexual predator misinformation is very disconcerting.
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Mar 26, 2020
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Absolutely incorrect info. Do not believe anything on this website.
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Mar 14, 2020
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Don't remember the details now but recall the site indicates that I am associated with some kind of trail or conviction. Not only do I have no such history, but I couldn't find any public records related to the court & case listed. I don't think they ever removed it despite my requests. They bait people with such lies in order to sell their "service". They still send emails "warning" that they may be something serious on my report. They are absolute scammers--stay away!
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Mar 2, 2020
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Site is full of lies and is likely to engage in fraud.
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Feb 20, 2020
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This company has wrong information about me but so does other search companies! I have found that to make corrections about me..through any other company is so difficult that I have to let THEIR FACTS remain as is! They list strangers as my relatives and places I've NEVER lived! My ex husband died in late 1990's but is still listed as living!
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Dec 25, 2019
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Don't appreciate having my name on here with misleading information.
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Oct 15, 2019
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In spite of the slew of negative ratings, I don't see any problem. The site seems to respond to all negative ratings in a reasonable manner. Of course, I have not registered, so maybe things go downhill from there. I see in one of the responses from Mylife that they do not send mass mailings anymore. I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt because I got some useful info here without registering. As for the people saying that all Mylife is interested in is money, well, duh. It's a business, not an exercise in altruism.
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Oct 4, 2019
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I have contacted MyLife twice now by phone, and once by email, requesting that my profile be removed from their site. It has been several months, and the profile is still live. The reported information is inaccurate and false. I paid the $1 trial to view the information. I then called and reported to them that their information was inaccurate. Still the profile is live... Meanwhile, as a small business owner, I keep getting reports that people are searching me and that my "profile score is low". As I'm concerned that their printed and misinterpreted information could be costing me business, I'm very close to speaking with an attorney to charge them with libel. Now if only I get more people on board to sue them all together with me...
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Sep 26, 2019
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Identity Theft website! Stay away - MyLife is slyly tricking users into signing up and then using the information entered to pretend they have information exposure online. I am a website developer, software and web security consultant - I have *very* secure and controlled online identity and yet MYLIFE tries to pretend I am exposed. Utter nonsense. PS: I wonder if my negative review will be replied to by an auto-responder bot saying something like "Dear User, On behalf of Mylife.com, I understand the nature of your concern and would like to clear up any misunderstanding... blah blah blah"
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Sep 11, 2019
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I saw information about me and a friend. Both had significant erroneous information. For example our religions were wrong; it implied I have lawsuits, liens, or bankruptcies or other court records (wrong unless you count traffic tickets or an accident caused by my son driving my car that was settled by the insurance company). Also for the cleanest person it will claim they may have court records or may be a sex offender. This is a sleazy tactic, potentially illegal if they are considered a consumer reporting agency.
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Aug 28, 2019
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I hadn't planned on visiting the mylife.com site. I was looking for an address for the owner of our company and stumbled upon it. I made the mistake of giving my email to this company years ago and have been receiving emails from them since. Even when asked to be removed, the emails from them keep coming. To highlight how shady this site is; they tried to hook me with what was, to me, an obvious ploy. In fact, it is flat out a scam. The website stated I have criminal records. I haven't even had a traffic ticket in over 30 years. This is an obvious attempt to get me to pay money to see what they are talking about. Since I know I haven't been involved in any criminal activities, it is obvious they will lie, cheat and defame you to the point you sign up to see what they are talking about. Personally, I think there should be a law against using this kind of tactic. False and misleading claims that defame a person...Isn't that libel?
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Aug 20, 2019
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ABC News did a report on this company being a scam way back in 2011. Among abuses mentioned were signing people up for long term subscriptions making it very difficult to cancel, mining contact information from user devices and spamming contacts with scare tactics, and the report information being bogus or outright false.
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I looked up myself and my Husband - outdated, incorrect and misleading information everywhere. If employers are using this site for hiring, they are being terribly misinformed. I have an impeccable record and this site is probably why I can't find another job. The site should be shut down.
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Aug 14, 2019
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This site is a total privacy risk and utter scam. They want you to pay to keep profile details private, however most of these details are not true. They are blackmailing users into paying money to get that stupid reputation score up, because every time someone searches for you on a job reference they are going to see your 'poor' rating. This should be illegal!
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Are you trying to find people from your past like friends, family and ex-lovers? MyLife™ is a powerful people search tool that can help you reconnect with friends from the past. Regardless of if you want to find people such as your former flame, a childhood friend or a kind neighbor, MyLife™ will help you find anyone with a simple people search!

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