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When I google my name, my question or statement made on BizBuy shows up on the page.How can I get this deleted

When I google my name, my question or statement that I made on BizBuySell shows up on the Page. This shouldn't be. Shouldn't your statments be Private and only available to this website. How can I get it deleted completed? Please I need to get this done immediately.

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Blount County, AL

Its clearly stated in the privacy policy:
This policy does not apply to any public area of BizBuySell's web site or services. In the event you submit personally identifiable information to contact another member, contact a lister about a listing, create a listing, add a contact on a listing, the BizBuySell Community or BrokerWorks Broker Directory, such information becomes publicly available and BizBuySell is not responsible for the personally identifiable information you choose to submit to these services, forums, listings, or persons.

Simply put, if you're not comfortable using your real information, you don't have to....

May 18, 2010
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Any information on a publicly viewed page/website is accessible and indexed by Google's or any other search engine's crawlers. There is no way to disable this unless you delete your question/answer via My BizBuySell (see "My Community Questions" or "My Community Answers" via the My BizBuySell menu at the top of the page or go to "". This type of behavior exists and is expected on every publicly viewed web page/site on the web.

May 18, 2010

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