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See if Anyone's Searching for That Special Someone in Your Life
May 17, 2010 (05:05 PM EDT)

Use reverse people search to check out search activity against your significant other

LOS ANGELES, May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Social media has put ex-lovers, former friends and old classmates back in contact, but is all this "reaching out" and "getting in touch" purely platonic? MyLife™, the Web's best single source for people search, can help curious people everywhere figure that out.

By using the company's free reverse people search, husbands, wives and significant others can delve into who's looking up their spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend – and find out exactly who is lurking in the background of their partner's life.

"Finding people using reverse search has been a popular way to reconnect with old friends, but some of those 'old friends' may be much more. By using MyLife, spouses can spy on those who may be spying on their own partners," says Jeff Tinsley, CEO and Founder of MyLife.

With MyLife's reverse people search, users get up-to-date information from more than 100 social networks and public records resources. The service is free and returns results in seconds – not days – making it one of the fastest, easiest ways to spy on your spouse.

In addition to using reverse people search as the ultimate spy tool, visitors to MyLife can also see who's searching for them and monitor their own Web profiles. For more information about MyLife, the company's people search tools and new ways to connect with important people from your past, visit

About MyLife

With its proprietary people search technology and access to hundreds of millions of profiles from across the Web, is the single best source for finding anyone and following updates for both personal and professional contacts, wherever they go. MyLife has more than 50 million members and is growing at a rate of more than 1.5 million new members per month. The new company was founded by entrepreneur Jeffrey Tinsley, former CEO of and To build on and expand its proven revenue generating model, MyLife has received $25 million in funding from Oak Investment Partners. For more information, please visit


Lauren Brant