It is not a game on these social media streets.
Some people use this as a way to mislead the people. Make sure you do your due diligence before you hire someone to work with, invite to speak to your group, or take on as a client. I have met some phonies, fakes and everything in between.
Never make a decision in haste.
Check out these two people search engines. (information taken from lifehacker.com)
“The internet offers several search engines dedicated to finding information about a given person. While it’s not always the best way to find the information you’re looking for, it’s generally a good means of locating enough data that you can cross-reference to find what you want. (More on this later.) We have a couple of favorites.
Pipl is very comprehensive and doesn’t require more than a name. If you provide it with additional information, it will provide you with more accurate results. What’s both great and problematic about Pipl is that it attempts to profile a person like it knows them. When it’s correct, it gives you a very comprehensive look at a person. If it’s not, you may end up believing false information about a person.
123People is equally comprehensive but asks for both a name and location (although the location can be as vague as a country). It also sorts its results into separate categories, which is great if you’re looking for something specific. It also provides you with a means of obtaining additional information through paid public record searches, but presumably you’re trying to avoid those if you’re reading this post. That said, 123People is nicely organized and can be a great starting point when you’re trying to find social media accounts and other places to look for more.P
When using these sites, it’s very important to remember that there’s a high chance of finding information that’s either inaccurate or about a different person with the same/similar name.”
It’s important to cross reference what you know.
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