FYI – Googling yourself can find surprises

I checked my name on Google to see if my WordPress.com address was there anywhere.  I was surprised to find myself listed for a website called “MyLife.com”.  This is the new incarnation of the old “Reunion.com” site which was much more private.

If you don’t want too much info about yourself hanging out on the web, they do have an 888 number you can call to request they take you off their posted lists.

http://www.mylife.com

Sorry to hear that you are thinking about deleting your account.  You can delete your MyLife account at any time. You can call our Customer Care team toll free at 888.704.1900 for assistance or by following the instructions below: 

  1. Log into your MyLife account with your Username and Password.
  2. Select the “My Account” drop down on the top right side of your screen and click “Settings”.
  3. On the My Account page, click the “Delete Account” link. 
  4. Follow the on-screen messages and if you still decide to delete your MyLife account, please click the “Yes, delete My Account” button. 

Deleted accounts will be removed from public view within 10 business days after your request.

Additionally, it may take up to 2-weeks for you to stop receiving MyLife emails, as some may have been prepared for delivery and already placed in an outbound queue.

 

If you have further questions please contact MyLife Customer Care toll-free at 888-704-1900 – Monday-Friday 6am-9pm PT and Saturday & Sunday 6am-6pm PT

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