Originally Posted by τhε ṿαlε'ṡ lïlÿ
That's horrible sis and a load of trash they're telling you. I agree that it's hard to erase things from the internet, but I'm pretty sure that the Islamic store you wrote a testimony for can definitely take off your name from their website. Does the website have a privacy page that tells you if they can share information on the website with others? They can't say something like that if they don't have that mentioned anywhere nor have mentioned it to you.
I don't really do much on the internet under my real name. Although, if I search SeekerofJannah, I find all my post on every blog, every sign up I've done on a website, and there's a couple of sites that gather all of them together. Sure, it's not my real name, but I get angry about it because I could only imagine if it were my real name I was using. I have a friend that puts up her real picture of herself up and uses her real name with everything, including date of birth, country and a good description of where in the country. She doesn't care because she wants to be known, but the thing is we should never feel safe with the internet. The internet is an open place for everyone to see and we don't know everyone. So trusting the internet is trusting anybody to see your info at anytime.
Read their privacy pages sis lily, if it doesn't say anywhere that they can share such information, then if you're willing to, sue them. (but not the islamic store because their our brothers and sisters and yes, they shouldn't have shared but just get in contact with them again and demand that they take it off, they had no right to do so).
May Allah ease all your affairs sis, ameen.