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Nevada83's avatar

Is it bad that I cannot find myself on a people search website?

Asked by Nevada83 (381points) 3 weeks ago

When I search myself on Instantcheckmate.com, I do not come up.

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PIN_24's avatar

Its a good thing that you don’t come up on the website linked above in your question as that website provides results of people with a criminal record. Even I was happy to get no results for me. Be happy now.

Nevada83's avatar

Wow….....

Nevada83's avatar

Soooo… My entire family has a criminal record… Most of my friends have a criminal record… All of my old teachers have criminal records…

PIN_24's avatar

@Nevada83 or maybe they all have got a parking ticket at least once and you haven’t.

Nevada83's avatar

Did you search yourself on it?

PIN_24's avatar

@Nevada83 Yes, I did search myself and couldnt get any results. I have no due parking tickets as I do not reside in the US.

cheebdragon's avatar

So far no one else in the world has the same name as me.

PIN_24's avatar

@cheebdragon I agree, I have seen Cheep Dragon, Cheap Wagon and Cheese Drag On, but never cheebdragon before.

cheebdragon's avatar

@PIN_24 lol, I’ve actually been asked a few times to give up Cheebdragon on different sites where the account went unused.

Nevada83's avatar

Your actual birth NAME lol

Nevada83's avatar

You have to reside in the US lol

cheebdragon's avatar

Cheeb Dragon was just the name of our drug mascot, back in the day.

PIN_24's avatar

@Nevada83 Get the sarcasm. Jokes apart, you will have to refine your search by selecting proper answers to the questions and selecting the state that you live in. E.g: Has the person lived his full life? Answer would be “Yes” only for a deceased person. Try again and if you still dont get any hits, then there is a bit of a problem.

cheebdragon's avatar

Try ThatsThem then
FastPeopleSearch
If you still can’t get any results or want slightly more specific info… BlackBook

Zaku's avatar

No, it’s a good thing to not be tracked. At least, until/unless you suffer prejudice because of it. The more everyone is tracked, the more it becomes normalized, and the more requirements and punishments get associated with the tracking or lack thereof.

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