MyLife.com Scams and Lawsuits
As many of you may already know, MyLife.com is a website that publishes a large amount of personal information about virtually every person in America. A “biography” of sorts listing a person’s name, address, phone numbers, email addresses, alleged age, income, net worth, criminal background, education, net worth, religious and political affiliations, photographs and a review section. MyLife claims they can keep you informed of who is searching for you online.
Over the last few years, however, there have been many complaints against the company. These complaints began with a 2011 lawsuit, which put forth claims saying the company simply manufactured and passed on lists filled with fake names for their users to sort through.
Now, within the last few months, new complaints have surfaced as a result of the website’s antics yet again.
Hundreds of complaints scatter the internet, claiming that MyLife rattles off information and data—about people like you—that is completely incorrect, false and misleading.
Consumers around the country complain that MyLife posts false and misleading information, such as criminal and arrest records, religious and political views, net worth and income. Not only is this information is false, it is harmful to the reputations of consumers.
This information not only damages people’s reputation, it goes further and inhibits their everyday life, leaving a dark cloud of easily accessible, but wrong information, over their head.
Examples of these complaints, per consumer affairs review platform, are below:
Have You Been Harmed by False Information and MyLife.Com Misrepresentations?
If you happen to be one of the many people affected by MyLife’s inaccuracies and misrepresentations, we ask you to reach out to us today. For more information, please shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from all of you, and fighting this issue with you.
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