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sharing my private tree

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Re: sharing my private tree

Posted: 1 Sep 2013 12:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Sep 2013 12:33PM GMT
You mentioned that this person continues to watch what you post and scoop it up - you might want to revoke her access to your tree (you can do that on the page with the list of all invitees). At the least, you may actually hear from this person when s/he realizes the link for access is not working any longer.

Here is a possible explanation you may not have thought of - when my personal family tree was still public, someone with an ambiguous username and tree name swooped through and in only a few days,copied many photos and documents related to close family (grandparents, aunts and uncles, etc) to a private tree, but ignored all attempts to make contact, even when I said that I had more that had not been posted. I eventually came to the conclusion that I was dealing with a professional, who was not about to put me in contact with their client, probably because the client might question whatever they were being charged for just copying my tree. It's possible you're dealing with a similar issue.



SubjectAuthorDate Posted
queenc723 1 Sep 2013 4:35PM GMT 
BurgessDonnel... 1 Sep 2013 4:59PM GMT 
McComberdesce... 1 Sep 2013 6:33PM GMT 
queenc723 3 Sep 2013 9:30AM GMT 
queenc723 3 Sep 2013 9:46AM GMT 
McComberdesce... 3 Sep 2013 12:12PM GMT 
BurgessDonnel... 3 Sep 2013 12:16PM GMT 
WilmaLepore 4 Sep 2013 5:08AM GMT 
damara84 4 Sep 2013 3:28PM GMT 
queenc723 4 Sep 2013 9:10PM GMT 
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