LocateFamily.com Reviews (42)
The individual in question is using an e-mail address that does not resemble his name. He may as well have used [redacted]. We have no way of knowing if he is in fact the person in question. You can understand that we need to have some sort of means of authenticating a request, and using the e-mail to do so is a simple means. The alternative is that this individual may provide us with a copy of proof of identification and then we will authorize the request and promptly remove the information in question. As far as a message from an acquaintance is concerned, if this person is really someone he knows, then he can ask the person in question to submit a request to remove the message he/she left. Only the individual who posts a message can remove it. The message in this case is not inappropriate in any way, otherwise it would not have passed our approval process.
We can confirm that Miss [redacted] did in fact make several requests and that her requests were rejected by our automated system because the e-mail address she used to make the requests [redacted] did not resemble her name in any way. As a measure to protect from abuse, we require that...
the email address resemble in some way the name of the person. Most people have an e-mail address with some form of their name in it. We have had an administrator manually intervene to the have the information removed. Thank you.