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Please click here to see full Terms and Conditions."Regards Eric Yes, I'm aware of the small print, about the charge and I canceled shortly thereafter.However, I'm really incredulous out of all the first names out there that these two sites would pick this person's name.However, I'm really incredulous that of all the first names out there that these two sites would pick this person's name.I had clicked on a pop up ad that showed up on Facebook, which I never do.This morning I got a myspace message from my ex sister in-law: Hey I have to delete you from my friends list right now because T saw that I was on your top friends.So I'm going to do that, but don't worry I'll make my profile un-private.I even had my sister in-law as one of my top friends on my Myspace page, because honestly we still talk.
Jason's not a name that's as common as John, James or Paul or Tom, don't you think? He is one of the few people I have text msged quite a bit over the past year.
This means that they migth sell the information they have to other sites.
The two sites do not appear to be related but they may have very similar databases. How much information about the person, they matched you with, did they give?
I had clicked on a pop up ad that showed up on Facebook, which I never do. that might be an acceptable answer to me, but you didn't say that...
If there are privacy issues going on with "cookies" and databases, I think that would be an acceptable answer, but I really want to know if somehow they got his name from my phone company records! THANK YOU, XXXXX XXXXX I'm aware of the small print, about the charge and I canceled shortly thereafter.