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social media toolsDo you use Facebook to find prospects?

Ever wish you could export your lead lists?

The new Facebook Search browser extension for Chrome makes it easy to search Facebook for prospects and download the results.

In this article you’ll discover how to export prospect details from Facebook.

Editor’s Note:

The Editorial Team at Social Media Examiner discovered the tool mentioned in this post violates Facebook’s Terms of Service, see #5 subpoint 7 for more information.

As a result, we decided to remove this article from publication. We strongly suggest you do not use tools that violate Facebook’s Terms of Service. Using such tools could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook.

Thank you for your feedback and on-going support. Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

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  • Great review Andy, Thank you for sharing this.

  • Miky Jones

    i tried the Facebook search but ..it doesn’t not work for me at all, i tried different keywords of interest however i always receive this message Sorry, we couldn’t understand this search. Please try saying this another way.

  • Jo Friend

    Great article, thanks for sharing this.

  • Miky Jones

    The trick from Facebook Search does’t really work in a way that yes you can try to download but i think that if you have more than 40,50 profiles Facebook will simply stop the download and restriction your account so….

  • Great article. This tool is especially useful if you’re trying to find out more about your target market. Thanks!

  • Great! Does anybody had to scroll down the results page to download the leads? The tool just downloaded the first results that appeared in the search.

  • Guray Suerdem

    Use with FB UID Scraper.

  • Just what I wanted – spammers adding me as a friend and then trying to send me messages. Be wary of this approach.

  • Miky Jones

    The download tricks is not good, Facebook will just restrict your account if you keep downloading stuff from them.

  • Kunal Narhare

    Thanks For Sharing, but it doesn’t work in my case.after clicking on blue Search Facebook button nothing is happening

  • Ravi

    I am not able to create custom audience based on that Fb address. it shows low match rate.You can’t create custom based on fb emil Id.So please update the conclusion part

  • Rebekah

    While I’m fascinated by this information it seems an immoral approach for me. If you’re going to add FB email addresses to your email marketing without asking permission first, you may as well just save some time and buy a list. If, on the other hand, you’re using this tool to network with people on FB, well that’s a different story. Either way, thanks for the info!

  • kirri_mildner

    Great article but I believe that using an email list gained in such a way would constitute as spam in some countries because the recipients haven’t given you permission to email them. It’s like the old days of buying (or not buying as some did) an elist. Certainly if you’re going to use this then exclude Australians from the mix as there is legislation in place to prohibit this – even if you are sending outside Australia – and hefty fines are in place. Does the US have similar law? The point of the graph search in Facebook Is to allow targeting within their environment. I’m really surprised that Facebook have allowed this data to be extracted.

  • That’s true. Does someone knows a tool that do that?

  • Ltp

    “.. you’re using this tool to network with people on FB,”

    Seems to me THAT was the idea in the 1st place – network, become socially involved with them, pass along information/links which they might find useful WITHOUT any inclination to benefit yourself via commercial messages – ‘befriend’ them.

  • Not the best thing to do. Many such email scrapping tools and facebook accounts were banned some time back. This is not approved by Facebook and is a spammy approach. Unless you have the express consent from people who wish to receive your emails, scrapping mails like this and then sending them emails is just not the right way to do business.

  • This is really neat, and I would love to be able to have this functionality in order to create more robust targeting groups to advertise to, but in terms of adding them to your email list? Pretty sure that’s illegal.

    After reading the comments below there’s no way I’m using this tool, but I sure do wish Facebook had more robust ways to target exactly the right audience for ads. And yes, I know what’s there already, it’s great and all, but it still needs a lot of work. For example, I’d love to target ads to only the fans of a page who have visited it within the last week. Or to people who are members of certain Facebook groups. That would be great. Adding random emails…. that’s called spam 🙁

    ~ Beth Anne

  • Paladin Movies INTL.

    Awesome post Andy much thanks

  • Tamir

    Do you have any other ideas to use instead?

  • Italianbaby

    Don’t click off the page and it will download.

  • Great article, I’ll try this tool and will come back here for my experience. Thanks for sharing this.

  • Bianca Lyka Nagac

    I tried it and it’s almost good until when I imported the csv file and sending a test to my own email it went to Spam folder. Has anyone experienced the same?

  • This is good. I hope Facebook doesn’t block an account for this or block this tool ultimately.

  • Rob Hernandez

    Has anyone tried downloading a csv and then uploading the facebook email addresses to custom audience into ads manager?

  • four321zero

    This tool isn’t working for me. Everytime I hit the search button, I get an error message:
    “Sorry, we couldn’t understand this search. Please try saying this another way.”

    Just to be double sure, I even entered the same parameters you did in your illustration, but still getting the same error. Any clue why?

  • Bianca Lyka Nagac

    Did you try logging out? I had the same situation and what I did is to log out and it finally worked.

  • Ummm, this is a scraper, and it’s not legal to use on Facebook. I’m surprised this is on Social Media Examiner. You’re not allowed to “scrape” Facebook for all this information and download the e-mail addresses.

    I should also point out that the part about forwarding these e-mails to people’s regular e-mail addresses is false. It doesn’t work that way, they simply bounce and your e-mail tool might flag your entire list as spam and send you an e-mail asking where you got this list from and potentially blacklist you.

  • Bianca Lyka Nagac

    I actually tested it and the one I sent was on the Spam folder.

  • Excellent information. You are always a great source

  • For however neat and powerful this tool is I am a bit puzzled in seeing Social Media Examiner promoting and providing details on how to email spam infinite numbers of people, who have not given to this tool and their users any official permission to be marketed to.

    If we keep on promoting these approaches how can we ever be trusted as a reputable social media source of good advice?

  • four321zero

    Thanks. That worked for me.

  • Hi Tamir, Facebook is not to be used for scrapping, but it is infact an awesome marketing tool. Do what is ethically right. Build fanpages, drive traffic to it using FB ads (should not cost more than a few cents per fan), post content regularly, when you have about 1000+ fans, stop ads and start running viral giveaway and sweepstakes campaigns and see your fans grow organically. Then strategically build your list and engage with them. Your FB account will remain active in good credibility, your email subscribers will love you and you will make money.
    Shortcuts to building lists like scrapping is not the right way to do it. Imagine if you start receiving emails from people who you don’t even know. And worst they don’t even have an unsubscribe link.
    I had to spend some time to find them. Finding them is not difficult. I had to get a couple such spammers blocked.

  • Kumar not saying that you’re technically wrong…but isn’t that what facebook do anyway? Take your data without your authority, accumulate more data on you from the bigger data companies, then give advertisers access to that data?

    I know it’s a lot more sophisticated, but it’s still a sophisticated form of scraping no?

  • Daniel Knowlton

    Great tutorial Andy thanks. However like a lot of the other comments here I think marketers need to be careful with the way they use this information.

    Using this tool to find, network and build real relationships with targeted Facebook users seems a good way of using the information gained.

    However, using this tool to add users to an email list who have not opted in is completely unethical and a hugely ineffective way of marketing.

    I’d be interested to know if anyone has any additional ethical suggestions of how this information can be used effectively?

  • Sorry, guys, but I don’t think anything is shady here. This is just an automated way to do a legitimate thing.

    The only thing I find hard is how to download ALL fans, followers…of a search term… Do I really need to scroll all the way to the bottom, to download all?

  • Sarika Jadhav

    Excellent search tool…Thanks for the article..It’s finally sending
    information to an adult audience who have equal say in accepting or
    deleting it..Data is data, either brought or scraped..Don’t we adults
    know by now that whatever info we add about ourselves on the
    worldwideweb is no longer private.

  • I have done searches recently in the hundreds and had no problem at all downloading them to a spreadsheet.

  • Thanks Jo

  • It is useful in a number of different ways – I love it, Marie.

  • That really depends on the level of downloads to be honest.

  • Agree totally Greg – in my sector (recruiting) spammers have ruined other social networks like LinkedIn.

  • Kunal – make sure you are using the plugin. I have just done a search using it my adding fields with the drop down box, then clicking AND to add another. Working perfectly.

  • Robson, Ravi, Not entirely sure what you mean. You create the audience by building up the search string on the criteria you can select, then searching as per the image .

  • Rebekah,
    The difference with this method (over email list) is the level of segmentation of information and current info. But the the tool should be used to network with people on FB, as that makes most sense.

  • Kirri,

    I agree on the cold spamming approach. Whilst that is entirely possible of course I like to think that people will be looking to use the information within a FB environment to get the best results. There are spam laws in many countries.

  • Stay Healthy 911

    Hmmm..
    1 Can i use this plugin for getting email and then upload list of @facebook emails to Mailjet service for sending relevant email?
    2 How much rate of responsibility you got with that trick?
    3 How are you using. Any idea?

  • Kumar,
    The data is there and available. How people choose to use that information is surely down to them? I would never agree with blanket spamming people but using the email data on personalised and targeted emails to individuals is acceptable.

  • Beth Anne,
    I am not condoning spamming of course, but this tool can be used for market research if that is what you are after. Who says you have to send out emails, you can find the people you want in the searches and reach out to them via FB messenger if you want to. It works well if you approach it in the right way- keeping it friendly and personally focused – without a sales pitch.

  • Bianca
    Which email domain did you send it from, was it GMail or Outlook? Sometimes that does happen but I have found (with others) that sending from a GMail account to be more effective.

  • Not yet Rob – wont be long I am sure!

  • Good I am glad you have it working ok now.

  • Robin,
    I appreciate your sentiments, but surely it is about how you use the data available? FB data is just one of many social data sources that spammers could use, so this concept is nothing new. The data available here makes it easier to engage people on a different level, making the dialogue more relevant.
    Facebook are even guilty of this themselves with their new messenger changes – allowing anyone to send messages to everyone else.

  • Thanks Daniel,
    Personally I use the data to make contact with people on a one to one basis, and I find the email addresses very handy to do so if I don’t have their details already.

    I also use the tool for market research for clients – I don’t actually send anyone anything, but use the data in the spreadsheets for helping client decide on new territories.

  • Mladen,
    You need to scroll to release the next results at the moment. I believe the developer is working on that for a next version.

  • Sarika,
    You are correct – data is everywhere, especially on social media. It is how we all choose to use it is the next challenge. Glad you also like the tool.

  • Hello Andy,

    thank you so much for your kind reply.

    When you write: “Then when you have the search results you want, download and import them from Facebook into your own system to add prospects to your email marketing campaigns.” you really say “go ahead and use those emails into your email campaigns” suggesting something that:
    a. would not help the reputation of the sender
    b. is illegal in many countries and
    c. (for many) is perceived as very unethical.

    As an author I think you are responsible to provide good and sound advice on how this great tool can be put to good use.

    I am sure that sentence above escaped your verification checks, and it is not an open invitation to everyone to literally do what you wrote. Maybe a word or two of clarification in the Conclusion, could help clarify definitely your position on this.

    Thank you for being open to discuss this matter.

  • Albino Mendes

    Hello guys, very good article.
    When i create an audience based on the . csv file i get … it still showing “low match rate”. Is there anyway to solve this?
    Thank you

  • That is fair Robin, as I certainly do not condone email spamming – I receive enough of it myself every day! The tool is useful and it does provide information that could be utilised for that. I agree the wording does potentially lead you to that conclusion, but there is no intent from me to use it for spamming.
    Thanks for raising the point.

  • There may well be only a few search results – it depends on what you are searching for and where, I guess.

  • Stay Healthy 911

    Can you reply to my previous question too?

  • Stan – apologies for the delay – catching up in between meetings 🙂
    This plugin will generate FB email addresses in a .csv sheet. You can then upload them to whichever CRM etc you use. I don’t know mailjet (not common in the UK) so can’t comment.
    In terms of response rates I get about 80% response rate using them but I have only used them on individual emailing not bulk emails.
    I also use the tool for research with clients who are looking to see if there are new markets.

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Shane,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Jo,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Miky,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner and for taking part in the conversation in the comments. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Marie,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Robson,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Guray,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Greg,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner and, as always, for taking part in the conversation here in the comments. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Kunal,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Ravi,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Rebekah,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner and for taking part in the conversation here in the comments. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Kirri,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi R Kumar,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner and for sharing your thoughts and knowledge in the comments. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Tamir,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Renaldo,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Sara & Beth Anne,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi there,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Japs,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Bianca,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Illoh,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Rob,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi there,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Avtar,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner and for reaching out to us about this. We appreciate your concern and, after reviewing this tool with our experts we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Michail,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Robin,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Daniel,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Mladen,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Sarika,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi there,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • LisaDJenkins

    Hi Albino,
    Thank you for reading Social Media Examiner. After reviewing this tool with our experts, we’ve concluded that it violates Facebook’s Terms of Service and that using this tool could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook. Please see my Editor’s Note in the body of the article for more information.
    Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

  • Hey Folks, for those of you coming to this article on or after the 27th of November you will notice that this article has been removed. We never desire to publish content that could get you or your account banned from Facebook.

  • Hi Lisa! Thank you so much for looking into this and taking the time to respond. I really appreciate that!
    ~ Beth Anne

  • Thanks for the heads up, Lisa! I appreciate you taking the time to respond.

  • LisaDJenkins

    You are most welcome, I hope to see you in the comments again.

  • LisaDJenkins

    Most definitely. I hope to see you in the comments again.

  • Well, that happens. No big deal.

  • Hi Renaldo, While we can always blame sites like FB for taking our information, the fact still remains that we give our consent express or, implied.. when we agree to their terms. We do not really read the fine print and go about checking every box that we see without really knowing that we are agreeing to their terms and giving them access to our information. It is part of the banes of being Online.

  • Stay Healthy 911

    so what tool are you using for working with client from search? Gmail or…?

  • Gmail and the CRM, Contactually are my tools.

  • Stay Healthy 911

    Thank’s a lot for you advice. But it’s boring to send email for anyone. Maybe there is tool which allow to send bulk target email. I know that there is fb notify plugin available but as i know it doesnt support import data.

  • Jo Friend

    Thanks for letting people know Lisa. Have to say I’d be interested to know if the the tool itself violates Facebook’s terms, or just the downloading of details? Just being able to easily search Facebook is massively beneficial, even without trying to use for lead generation.

  • LisaDJenkins

    That’s a fair question, Jo. I’ll see if I can narrow down an answer for you.

  • LisaDJenkins

    Point 2 found under the Safety section of Facebook’s Terms of Service states “You will not collect users’ content or information, or otherwise access Facebook, using automated means (such as harvesting bots, robots, spiders, or scrapers) without our prior permission.”

    This leads me to conclude that use of the tool itself, in any way, is a violation of Facebook’s terms.

  • Sarika Jadhav

    Thank You Lisa for informing me.

  • Tamir

    Hi Kumar,
    Thank you for your reply. I totally agree with you on the ethical side. I just wanted to hear your opinion and start a discussion about effective ways for lead generation. I want to provide my customers the best professional service I can.
    Thanks again,
    Tamir.

  • Bianca Lyka Nagac

    Thank you so much for this information!

  • Thanks Lisa