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i went to a family tree place (sharedtree) and a couple of my relatives did not like it. they said indenty theif was common.
they said the mormons either own or seaarch these places then they put them in their files and baptise these people after they are dead.
they even sent an newpaper item telling how they did this to the PRESIDENT MOTHER,
they did not like being baptize mormon and id theif is alway bad .
this site is free and to store on it is nice,, and i do not need to buy alot of computer software.
could you help with advise
Every website that collects personal information should have a 'privacy' statement. The privacy statement should CLEARLY spell out what they will or will not do with your personal information. This should include whether they sell their database of names, give it away, use it for email, or even use it for baptising the dead! I suspect this 'baptising the dead' is one of the internet hoax's, since it sounds a bit bizarre... However, identity theft is a real issue and one you do need to be cautious about posting detailed private information. That may be why the paid subscription sites are safer. We've all heard the scam about getting an alarming phone call from grandchildren in need of money, a free website for family trees may be a great way to get both grannies name and the name of a grandchild, plus other facts to convince someone of who they claim to be...