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Jeffrey Tinsley
Born (1973-11-28) November 28, 1973 (age 47)
California, U.S.
Nationality American
Education Granada Hills High School
Occupation Chairman and CEO
Years active 2002-present
Known for Founder of MyLife
Political party Independent
Children 3

Jeff Tinsley (born November 28, 1973 in California)[1] is an American businessman who is the founder and current Chairman and CEO of MyLife.com. He founded the company in 2002.

Previously, Tinsley was the CEO of GreatDomains.com, Inc. where he created a secondary market for domain names and oversaw the sales of domain names through its site as a marketplace broker. This included the sale of Loans.com for $3 million, ForSaleByOwner.com for $835,000, and Drugs.com for $823,000.[2] GreatDomains.com went on to be acquired by VeriSign in October 2000.[3]

In February 2011, Tinsley was named as a defendant in a class action complaint against MyLife.com for false solicitation and fraud.[4]


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