Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I delete my account?
A: To delete your account, simply log in, go to your profile, and then click Edit Account/Profile.
Then click the Unsubscribe link at the top of the Edit Form. On the Unsubscribe page, click the checkbox to unsubscribe either
from that particular site or from the entire Connect Platform of sites.
Q: How do I edit my information and/or e-mail address?
A: To edit your information/profile, simply log in, go to your profile and on
the right hand side, click Edit Account/Profile. From here, you should be able to edit your information including your e-mail
Q: I forgot my password, how can I retrieve it?
A: To retrieve your password, click the "Fetch Password" link under the login box. If you do not see
a link to Fetch Password, enter your e-mail address and on the next page, you should see the link. Simply enter your e-mail
address you used to sign up with and your password will be e-mailed to you.
Q: I forgot my password AND I no longer have access to the e-mail address I signed up with. How can I get my password?
A: Simply click here to go to our contact form and let us know.
Q: I forgot which e-mail address I used to sign up. How do I find out?
A: To find out which e-mail address you used, you will need to contact our offices. Click Here to
go to our contact form.
Q: How do I remove someone from my Friend's List?
A: To remove a contact, there are 2 ways:
Q: I do not fit the demographic for this web site. Can I still join?
- If they sent you a message, click on the message and click the "Cancel Friendship" link at the top of the message.
- Visit the profile of the person in question and on the right hand side, there should be a link to Cancel Friendship.
A: The site is non-exclusive. Anyone is free to join our sites regardless of demographic.
Black Health Statistics
+ African Americans are 70% more likely to get Diabetes than whites.
+ More African Americans are obese than any other ethnic group in the U.S.
+ Infant mortality rates are twice as high for African Americans than for whites.
+ African Americans are more likely to die from Heart Disease than any other ethnic group.