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Private Trees and DNA Contacts

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Re: Private Trees and DNA Contacts

Posted: 22 Feb 2013 6:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Feb 2013 6:55PM GMT
RE: "You cannot imagine how frustrating it is, for public tree owners, to see a potential match, and yet NOTHING is visible as to what may match when the match is a private tree. We see NOTHING. No surnames, no hint of a match (even if there is a HINT!). It's rather unfair. That's all, just plainly and unequivocably unfair."
YES!
Those of you with you private trees attached to your DNA results are information freeloaders. Even though it's permitted by Ancestry's rules for you to take advantage of the rest of of us, it is not RIGHT for you to do so. I know, I know: Your information is based on better research than the rest of ours, you've had bad experiences with people stealing your grandmother and her photos, and/or there's an adoption in your tree. It's still freeloading. If you don't share your information, you shouldn't have automatic access to ours. You should have to ask us to see our trees, as we have to ask you to see your trees.
RE: "Then there are those who want to know what surname we match on". Yes. I have had several of those. I feel like I'm dealing with people who think they are royalty.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
LeeHigdonNewe... 22 Feb 2013 7:10PM GMT 
AlexandersMA 22 Feb 2013 8:09PM GMT 
twotzus 22 Feb 2013 8:40PM GMT 
AlexandersMA 23 Feb 2013 3:47AM GMT 
scwbcm 23 Feb 2013 4:44AM GMT 
twotzus 23 Feb 2013 5:11AM GMT 
LeeHigdonNewe... 22 Feb 2013 10:22PM GMT 
tulrose 22 Feb 2013 11:45PM GMT 
sherburl 23 Feb 2013 1:35AM GMT 
MJ782 23 Feb 2013 2:06AM GMT 
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