mylife, reputation score, data aggregation, online privacy

What You Need to Know about MyLife

If you’ve ever Googled your name, you have likely come across a listing for mylife.com. MyLife is a data-aggregate site that makes it easy to find personal information on anyone else, throughout the web.

Taking more liberties with your personal information than others in the people-search industry, MyLife allows others to view your:

Reputation Score

Other data-aggregate sites— offer address histories, court records or contact info for a small, one-time fee. MyLife generates the Reputation Score using all records, details and reviews pulled from around the web.

How does it work?

MyLife crawls public records sites and social media platforms across the internet in search of items with your name. After gathering all publicly-available info surrounding your name, age, location, contact information, work history, court records, address history and so on, mylife.com uses that data to create a background report.

Details from this report are the plugged into the site’s proprietary algorithm.  The algorithm is used to calculate your approximate reputation score. The score is on a 1-5 scale—1 being “bad,” 5 being “good.”

What details do they provide?

MyLife’s user-friendly dashboard features your reputation score and background report side-by-side. They also offer background data which is the most detailed on what’s out there about you on the web.

After scrolling through your customized report, you’ll see a “brief” summary. It will contain your personal bio, home and auto ownership records, licenses and permits, court and arrest records, contact info, social profiles, & job history. And we cant forget about the links to family and friends’ data.  The summary also includes any reviews or ratings people have posted about you online.

This is only the beginning as more specific information can generally be accessed only after signing up with MyLife.

They have all this info. What can I do?

Personal data like phone numbers, work histories, and addresses, being so easily accessible is a scary thought. With so many competitors, hackers and criminals waiting to use it against you it’s surprising that is still legal. 

Fortunately, a MyLife Reputation Score can provide an important heads up. It can serve to highlight digital items that pose a threat to your online privacy, and any online negativity. Negative articles and reviews could be dragging down your reputation and/or business.

With a complete picture of your digital presence, you can take steps toward creating a stronger, more positive presence online.

Your Online Reputation Experts

If you’re looking to take steps to secure your online privacy and improve your Reputation Score, we can help. With next-level digital technology, insight and experience on our side, our team can provide the personalized online strategy and solutions you need to get the reputation needle moving in the right direction.

Since the beginning, Reputation Sciences has helped thousands rebuild and restore a more positive image online—and to carve a path toward a better, more rewarding future on the web.

Start today, call an online reputation specialist today at 888-613-6342.

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