posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 07:09 AM
When I was getting out of Facebook, I created a fake profile to search for my deleted information. I used a Yahoo email that I hadn't used on FB.
Weeks before using that email I deleted all my email contacts. When I began the process of creating the fake profile I started to agree to finding
friends through my email, but stopped and clicked not to use the contact list of the email, the contacts I supposedly no longer had. So this email
didn't have my real name, I deleted the contacts, and FB stated they wouldn't use it to find friends.
Well when the new profile was finished and the profile page came up, the first name on the "are these your friends" list
was a person that had been in my email contacts list before it was deleted. Yahoo email and FB both lied because FB accessed the supposedly deleted
contact list without me allowing it.
There were other things, but I'm glad I don't have a real profile there anymore. I later made a better faked profile using a brand new email address
and totally faked personal information. I suspect that if I used it to find my old information, it could be compromised.