TAGGED.COM SUCKS! they deleted my site. all the messages and comments from my fiancee are gone AS ARE ALL THE COMMENTS I SEARCHED MANY HOURS FOR... ALL OF IT... GONE!. 2500 plus friends. all comments, pics, pic comments, journal, messages ... everything! GONE!
TAGGED DID THIS TWICE! TAGGED CANNOT BE TRUSTED! GET OUT AND GO TO A REAL SITE BEFORE IT HAPPENS TO YOU... YES I LIKED TAGGED. BUT WHEN U LOSE ALL YOUR STUFF... ESPECIALLY THE NEXT TIME ...YOU WILL HATE TAGGED FOR WASTING YOUR TIME. IF YOU CREATE ANOTHER SITE THEN THEY PUT A BLOCK ON YOUR COMPUTER SO YOU HAVE TO ENTER CAPTCHA TO DO ANYTHING.. and yes I was an active member and had a few decent friends. The other 90% were mostly scammers and fakes. All of my decent friends are leaving there because as others have said, it's nothing but lowlifes anyway.
WIKIPEDIA SAYS THE FOLLOWING ABOUT TAGGED.COM:
A TIME magazine article called Tagged "The World's Most Annoying Website". Tagged asks users for their email username and password, checks their email address books for contacts and repeatedly sends email invitations to people who are not yet on Tagged, stating that they have been "added as a friend" or that the inviter had sent them photos on Tagged. This process has drawn criticism in the technology press and from users. These emails were discussed as possible spam by Black Web 2.0. The resemblance to a virus has often been mentioned, including by urban legend site Snopes.com. The New York Times referred to the practice as "contact scraping" 
In July 2009 New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced his intention to sue Tagged.com for "deceptive email marketing and invasion of privacy"  According to the press release, Tagged.com engaged in "deceptive Email Promotions, Identity Theft, and Invasion of Privacy "
Prior to co-founding Tagged, Greg Tseng was co-founder and CEO of internet incubator Jumpstart Technologies. In March 2006, Jumpstart Technologies settled with the Federal Trade Commission on alleged violations of the CAN-SPAM Act, which included a $900, 000 fine but no admission of guilt.
From February 2009, Tagged.com has been blocked in Qatar by the only ISP, Qtel, after a number of complaints from the public. Tagged.com had been one of the 10 most visited sites in Qatar.