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I received an email from a friend saying she had left me a message on a site called BADOO for me.She is German, so I received the message in German - I then clicked to view the message in English. In order to retrieve the message I was asked to enter some simple info, i.e., my name, location and date of birth.For more information about the terms of your profile’s extended visibility, click here. Meet singles through a shared interest at one of our many activities or over a drink at one of our free drinks events. Broad visibility of your profile: By creating your profile on Match, it will be visible on the local variants of our service which use the same platform operated under different brand names.Ensuring the safety of our clients is our top priority. For more information about the terms of your profile’s extended visibility, click here.” I had to use my private email address and the password I received to enter the site to delete an account I had never created in the first place. I have had the same email address for many years and unfortunately cannot delete the account and create a new one as I work freelance and cannot afford to lose potential clients.Having done some research into BADOO, it would appear that this is their modus operandi. BADOO now have my personal info and email address and there is nothing I can do about it at all. If you receive an any email that includes the words BADOO it in anywhere, I would strongly advise that you delete it immediately.This means that Email Sherlock can search these databases and check to find any online profile connected to the email address you're searching.
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I assumed it was a social networking site similar to Facebook for German people and that she was inviting me to join… This seemed harmless enough (at no stage was my email address solicited), so I entered same, and suddenly, hey presto, I have a profile on an internet dating site linked to my private email account.
I promptly received an email facilitating a password to my new account: “Welcome to BADOO!
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