Check it out yourself and once your upset help by complaining abbout this huge privacy violation. They are helping create identity fraud.
File a complaint here https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
And you may also want to go to www.privacyrights.org and report this so they can start tracking this company. http://www.privacyrights.org/contact
It is likely that they will not have this information for all states. If they do display private info on you please let us know.
Also see www.complaintsboard.com
Also see http://www.consumeraffairs.com/online/mylife.html
Also see Just say no to Mylife.com
Better Business Bureau
This company practices what the Los Angeles Better Business Bureau calls negative option cancellation. In this sales strategy, customers agree to pay for services unless they cancel within a specified period of time. Members are required to cancel prior to the initial anniversary date to avoid continuing annual charges to their credit cards.
Complaints from customers not resolved in a satisfactory manner caused the Los Angeles Better Business Bureau to rate Reunion.com 'F'.
The BBB was concerned that the company used misleading advertising practices by e-mailing customers advising them that people 'may' be searching for them, and offers them to become paid members to find the identity of any people that may search for them in the future. In its FAQ section, the Reunion.com site describes this feature as follows: "'Who's Searching For You' will reveal the listed names of the specific users who have performed a search using your first and last (current or Maiden) names and your age range within 5 years of your listed date of birth and is still saved in their Search History'.