moderated Re: Facebook messenger
Justin, keep in mind of course that some may not want to be reached out too. My step daughter was trying to connect with long lost family members. However, since her culture has an open door policy, show up when you are hungry or need a place to stay, even though you can afford a restaurant or lodgings, the place where you show up is expected to look after you. The person declined knowing her. The party looked exactly like her uncle and other family members. I guess the person smelled a hanger on, especially when my step daughter was looking for a place to live, without contributing anything financially or work wise as in cleaning up after herself. Even though English is the primary language spoken, some for convenience I suppose, hang on to the old cultures especially when it benefits them. .
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Justin Williams
Sent: April 2, 2021 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: Facebook messenger
Okay, I like that question idea.
I go through the About section looking for things that I know about the person to compare and also look at their friend list to find people in common. It is hard when there are several people with the same name and they don’t fill in their profile. Sometimes, I have just sent the person a message with a question that only the person that I am looking for could answer and hope that they get back to me.
Love in Christ
Read the “about” link. If it matches what you know, then you probably have the correct person. Another method is check who their friends are. I mentioned this because some use a different name. Sounds dicey I know but, I know of one person who uses a different name to her legal name. The only reason I recognized her was by her friends, we had the same.
How do you folks no you found the right person on messenger whne you have just befriended them?