In this day and age it is absolutely possible for someone from your past, present or even your near future to log on to a popular website and discover things about you without your consent. These websites are visited by millions each year and they house an equivalent number of personal records.
Below you will find site specific instructions or website links to start opting out of their databases.
- Intelius.com – Opt-out
- Acxiom.com – Opt-out
- MyLife.com – from their site: “To request that a Member Profile or Public Profile be deleted, please contact Customer Care at 1-888-704-1900 or contact us by email at email@example.com. Upon receipt of these requests, and confirmation that you are requesting that your own profile be removed, please allow MyLife 10 business days to complete this removal. It may be necessary to contact you to validate that you are the profile owner requesting the removal. This is to ensure the correct identity and profile ownership before completing these requests, and is for the protection of our users and their privacy.” (https://www.mylife.com/privacy-policy)
- Zabasearch.com* – Opt-out
- Spokeo.com – Opt-out
- BeenVerified.com – Search the site to make sure you’re listed. They usually have your legal name, aliases, age, current and previous addresses, and family members, but anyone can pay to see more (like your criminal record, bankruptcies, and more). Second, email Support@BeenVerified.com with the following template:
a. First name:
b. Last name:
c. Middle initial:
d. Aliases & AKA’s:
e. Current address:
Third, you’ll get one email saying they received your opt-out request, and another confirming you’ve been deleted later.
- Peekyou.com – Opt-Out
- USSearch.com* – Opt-Out
- PeopleFinders.com – Opt-Out: A form you have to mail in
- PeopleSmart.com – Opt-Out
- PrivateEye.com – Opt-Out
- Whitepages.com – Opt-Out
- USA-People-Search.com – Opt-Out: A form you have to mail in.
- Radaris.com – Opt-Out
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