Recently a post I made was deleted. Today I saw an "alert" from "?" saying it was deleted because I had posted an email address. I have never posted anybodies email address. I have no clue what any of this means.
How do you respond to an alert?
I deleted the post and sent you the message explaining why.
I checked it out after you posted it. On that websites attachment in their Facebook area was my email address with a password and below it was my youngest daughters email address and password.
Not sure if the youngest daughter gave anyone permission to do that. I KNOW I didn't. Simple reason is that I'm NOT on Facebook , years ago , many , many , years ago I canceled my membership and all information or at lease I thought I did.
That's the reason I deleted the posting and information it contained.
I checked your new posting of the same event and it has a different format then the one I deleted.
I now understand why you deleted it. The "alert" was not clear to me because I did not post any email addresses or passwords. Also, the alert did not state who it was from only a symbol with a "?" mark. Never did I see any personal information listed or "linked to" on what I posted. I would never post that type info. I was only trying to provide information that I thought would be of interest to forum members.
My question still stands, "How do you respond to an alert?", or can you?
"How do you respond to an alert?", or can you?
I have no idea , never got one.
I have received Reports from members ( suspicious postings ) but never alerts. Usually I catch the postings before they become questionable.
I had an "alert" today from another member and I was able to respond to it. The one I got about the boat show I don't see how to respond.
I believe the the issue with your email and password showing is/was between you and "Facebook". I would guess they appeared to you and only you when you went to the site. Not likely Facebook would have or could made any kind of connection to you when I copied the link.
I guess facebook is a pain in more then a lot of ways. I signed on when they 1st started and that was with AOL. I was on facebook for bout a month at the most.
What they had was newer information associated with Google. I guess it's just one of those things that keeps life interesting and now in the past.