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Re: Plumlee files on gencircles theft by June Potter
Posted by: genia haslar Date: September 24, 2001 at 18:27:52
In Reply to: Re: Plumlee files on gencircles theft by June Potter by June Potter of 684

I do not have anything to fear from you I noted you had my living family in your files I politely emailed you in private to remove my files from your files and you refused. I noticed you did remove your file from gencircles and I thank you but where is it stored now online ?? I do feel all should be warned of your rudeness. and I am not going to take your threats as well. remove my files from your files and we will call it even but if my aunts find out you have their birthdates online you will have more to fear than my reaction . And I also wish to include in your defense apparently we have gotten caught in a dispute because of gencircle's fault (by the way they have yet to reply to me) anyway seems they have a fault as I checked my files closely and if you have a relative who has wives and he is deceased and you dont know the wives birth dates (or dont enter them to your files) their names are available for all But I will not retract as all folks submitting genealogy deserve respect and you even have my personal notes on all family members available (another flaw with gencircles) in your files and no respect for the hard work and money and time I spent to obtain it at all. And genealogy is certainly about respect. I never download someones files to my own with out permission and never every person in it. and I always have the courtesy to save their personal notes for myself not share with the internet. Genia


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