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MyLife Reputation Scores: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

MyLife Reputation Scores: What Are They and Why Are They Important?


Have you ever looked yourself up online to see what information was out there about you? Or have you ever looked up a stranger online to confirm they were who they said they were?

There are a number of reasons why curiosity drives us to look ourselves up online. We want to know if any of our personal information is visible to the public, and so much is public about us all. We want to know if any people from our past are saying anything about us. But more often than not, it’s because we want a bird’s-eye view of our online reputations. And this is exactly why we look other people up online as well. We want to see if they’re credible, if they’re deceptive, or if they even exist at all. understands that reputations are everything. People use someone’s reputation to decide if they want to date them, be friends with them, do business with them, and so much more. But people don’t often realize how to access critical information about themselves and others online. That’s why MyLife created its Reputation Scores.

Read on to learn more about what goes into a MyLife Reputation Score and how it can impact your online reputation.

MyLife Reputation Score: What Is It?

A Reputation Score is a numerical value assigned to a person based on records, details, and reviews pulled about them from across the web. MyLife gathers information from a variety of sources, including:

  • Court and criminal records
  • Social media platforms
  • Financial records
  • Personal reviews by people who know you
  • And more

This information is then used to develop a Reputation Profile, which helps calculate a person’s Reputation Score. These scores are based on a 0-to-5 scale, with 0 being the lowest score you can get and five being the highest. Anything between a 3 and 5 is considered to be a high Reputation Score.

What Other Details Does MyLife Provide?

MyLife’s user-friendly dashboard doesn’t only feature someone’s Reputation Score, which is made available to all of MyLife’s members; it may give users access to details about a person that you would expect to find on a background report as well.

On MyLife’s site, you’ll notice a brief summary about yourself or the person you are searching. This report can contain information like a bio, home or car ownership records, permits, licenses, criminal court and arrest records, lawsuits and liens, job history, and social media accounts. Additionally, their digital footprint may include any reviews or ratings other people have left about someone (positive or negative).

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