Privacy Policy

We don't want to bore you with a long privacy policy that you won't read. So for our short and sweet version here it is:

Information that we collect

To provide you this service, we need to gather some information from you. We only do this when you signup to our service. Below is a list of information that we collect to provide you this service:

  • Your name
  • Your email
  • Your gender
  • Your friends list (new, current, and unfriended friends)

Facebook Information we have access to:

When you connect with this service, you will be prompted to allow this application access to certain information that Facebook holds about you. Information we collect are:

  • Your friends list (paid plan only)
  • Your email address
  • Public profile information (see above "information we collect")

Our use of your information

We will only use the information we collect to provide you the service. That's it - it won't be used for any other purposes. We may use your, or your friends already public information such as your Facebook profile picture on the homepage of this website, in accordance with Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities.

From time to time, we may send you an email to update you with information relating to the Sadly Unfriended service.

Accuracy of our information

As we are using data provided from Facebook, we cannot guarantee accuracy of the information we provide (whether a friend has actually been unfriended). Information from this site should be used as a guide only, and you should further check with Facebook to confirm whether your friend has actually been unfriended, refriended, if their account has been deactivated, or if they are a new friend.

Closing your account

You may wish to close your Sadly Unfriended account, in doing so, please visit our FAQ's for additional information.

Now what?

After reading our privacy policy, you have three options. You can contact us for more information (contact form on homepage), see who has unfriended you and use this service, or leave.