Comments on: Introducing Shoebox From Ancestry – A Scanner in Your Pocket http://blogs.ancestry.com/au/2013/09/06/introducing-shoebox-from-ancestry-a-scanner-in-your-pocket/ A hundred years of naming conventions flushed down the toilet Tue, 08 Jul 2014 07:48:11 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.5.2 By: Mawsiepawshttp://blogs.ancestry.com/au/2013/09/06/introducing-shoebox-from-ancestry-a-scanner-in-your-pocket/#comment-26683 Mawsiepaws Tue, 10 Sep 2013 23:04:14 +0000 http://blogs.ancestry.com/au/?p=1983#comment-26683 Who owns the photos once uploaded?

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By: alecia christyhttp://blogs.ancestry.com/au/2013/09/06/introducing-shoebox-from-ancestry-a-scanner-in-your-pocket/#comment-26550 alecia christy Sun, 08 Sep 2013 23:52:27 +0000 http://blogs.ancestry.com/au/?p=1983#comment-26550 It is almost one year since I was given membership to Ancestry.com after personally doing my family tree over many years.
I spent many hours entering my family information into the Ancestry “service”. However when I started to try and search this “service” I found it was almost non existant. I do not believe I have accessed one single record which I was searching for. My daughter discussed before purchase of the gift my interest in India Records in particular, yet after commencement date and much frustration I was told by Ancestry.com that they do not have access to the India Records, (which which I have sighted when I travelled to the UK). As such I frankly feel that not only was I “conned” but that I was “robbed” in that I have provided for free to Ancestry.com a good number of these records and photos from my personal research from the preceding 30 years. I feel that my daughters’ gift was also a ‘robbery’ from them in that they paid a lot to Ancestry.com for nothing.
I would regard the getting of this APP as no more than the further theft of my family records by an organization I was ever so interested in , and misguidedly trusted. All complaints/requests I made have resulted in zero response until an honest person in the organization told me that India records were not available through this “service”. Sorry “ONCE BITTEN TWICE SHY” Alecia

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