MyLife gathers personal information through public records and other sources to automatically generate a MyLife Public Page for each person.
Is MyLife information free?
According to the lawsuit, since 2009, MyLife has promoted its background reports by letting people search for someones name on its website for free and get a teaser background report. Many people reported they bought subscriptions to MyLife to see the records, the complaint says.
Can I sue MyLife?
Because MyLife.com uses information not in the public domain to generate its reputation score and furnishes the report to third parties, Finlay plausibly argued that MyLife.com is a consumer reporting agency and can be sued under the FCRA, Judge Nelson wrote.
How much is a MyLife report?
A one-month subscription for $19.95 gave people one “detailed background report” per month. Annual subscriptions were among others offered. The suit was filed on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), a consumer protection agency.