I have been researching genealogy for over 20 years. The information available via Find a Grave is usually in Ancestry.
My family is upset because my relatives' (including my father and brother) private family cemetery, located on private property (we have the deed) and owned by the family for almost 100 years was entered by a stranger without permission. This person is an author who lives in another state. She photographed the headstones and created memorials. She even listed my very alive mother as deceased because her name is on a double headstone with my dad.
Then, she ignored requests to transfer those memorials from various family members. Find A Grave will not intervene on all of the memorials because aunts, uncles, and cousins are not within 4 degrees of relationship. She is a stranger who committed a crime to access the cemetery! She has thousands of memorials.
I doubt she is related to many of them.
I grew up with these people and loved them. Find a Grave should require memorials to only be created by a family member.
User's recommendation: Complain and Keep Complaining.
Product or Service Mentioned: Find A Grave Customer Care.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
Find A Grave Pros: Gives some good information.
Find A Grave Cons: Strangers create memorials & refuse to transfer to relatives.