Okay, I wanted to find people I used to know and I wasn't in the mood for a lot of open discussion about it. I wanted to quickly and easily and inexpensively NOT have to venture up into my attic or out into the garage and find my first address book that said “My First Little Address Book" on it.
I want to find people I used to know and with the web, I wanted to do it right away.
That's essentially when the internet nightmare began.
You see I did what anyone trying to do the same thing would do. . . I Googled “find people I used to know" and the resulting page after page after page all promised me that THEY were the ones that had figured out the people finding dilemma, and that my time was best spent on their sites and no where else.
Armed with a notebook, and two pots of coffee, I put on my NY Mets cap and got underway. Well, I have to tell you that it was like a bad dream.
I was pounded, as I ventured over to these sites, with hype upon hype. Over promises galore. These sites were all telling me that they were the fastest or the smartest or the most secure and in the end, I felt as if NONE OF THEM WERE.
I literally felt as if once I entered their realm that the game was on to simply see how quickly those sites could get my wallet open and my money out of it.
Where they had started really seeming to want to help me find people I used to know in the end, it was very, sadly clear that it was the sixteen digits of my Visa card that they were REALLY after.
This story does have a Disney ending though.
I ended up spending a little more quality time on Google the next day and I entered keywords into my search that were more TARGETED to the finding of people for FREE. . . and I ended up finding an amazing way to find people I used to know.
But, wow, the getting there was rough.
Right now, I want you learn EXACTLY how you can find people you used to know .
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