Many people know My because they received a spoofed e-mail.
How that happened was, I was asked to write a review of a “new” social networking site, and so I had to ‘enroll’ and become a member.. which involves importing “who I know” (aka “contacts”).
The first thing you’ll see is a full page ad for contact lenses (which you’ll need to find the teeny-tiny “no thanks” link). and then you’ll be provided a form to fill in your personal details and build your My Life “profile”.
These e-mail addresses are then used, under your name, to solicit more members.
My claims that its members voluntarily choose to share their e-mail usernames, passwords and the contents of their mail boxes.
Some of the women profiles you see here might be scams to collect money.