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Guest

Guest
#2
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well my name is on there and my moms house since i own it also ,, how the hell can i remove it ??
 
#3
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You have to pull up your name & then go to "privacy" at the bottom right hand side of the page. It will lead u thru the steps. Be sure to go to yr e-mail & do the last step. I think these pages should be illegal. They could get someone robbed or hurt if some weirdo traced someone.
 

akjimny

Senior Member
#4
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Nothing on me in there that you couldn't find out by looking in the phone book. I think I'm pretty much weirdo-proof, or at least prepared for anyone weirder than me. :eek: :eek:
 
#10
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You should be careful with this technique, because you just might be providing confirmation of your details to some unknown entity.

Here's an interesting article that is connected to that site: Reputation Defender

These guys are a little bit shifty, but it seems to work for some.
 

Triple E

Senior Member
#11
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Good advice Tex. I guess they could still follow your IP address. What is a person to do? I wonder if Google or Face Book accounts helps this site out?
 

C Nash

Senior Member
#12
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No such thing as privacy anymore. They can take our picture from miles in space and tell you the color of your eyes. So be careful where you are and what you are doing :laugh:
 
#14
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Scary stuff, even though most of the info provided is incorrect. There is enough to scare the heck outta you. With the popularity of the internet and all of the social networking sites, there is NO privacy left...

What is a person to do? We don't want to fly under the radar, but don't want the world knowing us either.
 

H2H1

Senior Member
#15
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when you sign on to the Internet and you are asked several questions, and you provide the answer to the questions, you are virtually giving up information on you. When you fill out a application for something you give up information. We can stop this if we just refused to give out information that is not pet tenant to the application. No where is it required to give your SS# EXCEPT to the Government. But I may be wrong, but it just my opinion. I never give out my SS, unless it is the Government asking for it
 
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Guest

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#17
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U know what is funny about this ,, they have pics of my mom's house ,, not mine ,, i am on the deed to her house "now" and they have her and Lynn both listed
http://www.spokeo.com/search?q=rod baker#Tennessee:931863467/info
if u do the zoom thingy ,, they have the whole property ,, the MH garage ,, the shed ,, everything ,, and I DON"T LIVE THERE ,, nothing on my place ,, guess the guys that take the pics don;t wnat to go out in the country to take them :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
 
#18
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H2H1 - 1/15/2011 11:19 AM ... No where is it required to give your SS# EXCEPT to the Government. But I may be wrong, but it just my opinion. I never give out my SS, unless it is the Government asking for it
I'm pretty sure that if you want to do many things, like going to the doctor or opening a bank account, then they pretty much require a SS#.

Now, you can avoid giving it out, but you won't be able to perform those activities.

Hey, my friends, you ain't seen nothing yet! Just keep reelecting the same clowns that you elected to bring home your bacon. Ignore the overall effect that has to the United States. Whatever you get from your elected official is so much more important than what happens to all of US.

You will soon have no identity to be stolen.
 
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