- To delete your MyLife account, call the support line .
How to Remove Yourself from MyLife
MyLife opt-out is a free service provided to MyLife members. If you are an active MyLife member and would like to remove your profile, please complete the following steps:
1) Access MyLife at www.mylife.com/privacy/optout
2) Enter your existing Passport ID and Password 3) Select “I want my profile removed”
4) Review the notice and select “Yes, I understand”
5) Click Continue and then click Submit
6) Your removal will be processed within 72 hours of receipt. The average response time is typically under 12 hours with most responses delivered within 24 hours.
Opt-out is good for 30 days and you will be prompted to re-enter your Passport ID and Password to login after this period. You may find that at times you cannot login due to system performance (i.e., high volumes). If you are unable to log in, simply wait approximately 2 minutes and try again as the system tries to process new requests in batches of 10 per minute. . The average response time is typically under 12 hours with most responses delivered within 24 hours.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62NOuRk_FYcIf you choose not to remove yourself, MyLife will continue to share your name and profile information on the site and with third parties. If you would prefer that we do not share this information, please contact us at [email protected] . Please note that you may still access or update your profile through the Site after removal by using your existing Passport ID and Password. Also, keep in mind that third-party websites can choose whether they want to accept opt-outs – even if you have opted out of MyLife, they may still send us data about your visits to their website (even if they show ads from other companies). To prevent these outside sites from sharing personal information with us, be sure to click the “Do Not Track” option in your browser.
Yes, you can re-join any time by signing up for a new Passport account and authorizing the sharing of information on the Site or via our mobile applications. You will need to verify your identification as part of this process. Please note that if we are able to match your profile with an existing Passport member, all prior information shared during prior visits will be restored and updated on the current visit automatically without requiring further action from you.
MyLife gathers personal information from various sources to automatically generate a profile for each person. This includes their address, email, family members, occupation and whether or not they have been in jail.
“MyLife.com is a scam that begins with a false solicitation telling potential victims that ‘someone’ is searching for them, and they can find out who by paying a small fee,” the lawsuit said. It added that users do not realize they have subscriptions to the site until the fees start accumulating.
Rather than focusing on a few specific types of data or records, MyLife generates its score using all public records across the Web.
Los Angeles-based MyLife.com claims to be the most comprehensive people search engine around. It is using that same technology in its new service – helping users find potential romantic partners.
MyLife offers free and quick background reports for anyone, provided they have the name of a person to whom they wish to do a search.
According to MyLife, “Reputation scores are approximate based on the information we have until the latest full public record is pulled and sometimes cause a score to recalculate.” … Concerned that their site said she had a criminal and court records, she then called MyLife.
With Reputation.com, a “good” reputation score would be over 600 (on a scale that goes from 0 to 1,000). A typical industry standard reputation is around 525 and can only just get your business on the map.
A one-month subscription for $19.95 gave people one “detailed background report” per month with other options like annual subscriptions among others, filed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which is a consumer protection agency.