Do you want to keep your online information private?
A Public Data Check opt-out allows you to remove personal information from search engines and other sources. Find out how to protect yourself and how to opt-out of a public record search quickly and easily here.
To remove your name, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that contains the following information.
When they review your request, they will add it to a list of records that will never again appear in their background report search results.
In most cases, your information should be removed within 24 hrs. Be sure to verify that your information has been removed. If for some reason it has not, you can call the Public Data Check support team at 1-800-950-0953.
Ask that they delete or anonymize the data associated with your name or other personal information as soon as possible.
In some cases, websites may be willing to work with you, especially if they know it is against their policy to share this information without permission.
Even if a website doesn’t have your information listed, there are still steps you can take to protect yourself from data collection. Use do-not-track requests on websites you regularly visit to prevent them from collecting and sharing your personal data.
This is especially important for any websites that may be collecting and selling user data, such as social media sites. You can also use private browsing mode and delete cookies on a regular basis for extra security.
Another great way to ensure your online data is safe and secure is by installing privacy protection extensions on your browsers. These extensions, such as Ghostery or Privacy Badger, can help block cookies, stop advertiser tracking and disable third-party requests for data.
By taking this extra step, you can be sure that no one has access to any of your personal information when you’re browsing the web.
Removing your data from public check websites is important, but it can be difficult to find all the necessary information.
NewReputation will provide detailed instructions on how to opt out of these sites. It’s important to read their tutorials thoroughly and follow their steps closely in order to fully delete yourself from various online databases.
Additionally, keep in mind that some data may still be available even after you delete it - so it’s always best to take proactive measures to protect yourself online.
Public Data Check will then instruct their partner sites not to display your name in their results as well. You are one step closer to online privacy. Once you have completed the Public Data Check removal process, there are 100+ websites that still collect and display your information on the internet. To opt-out of all data brokers and receive monthly monitoring and privacy reporting, NewReputation is ready to help.
We remove and monitor your information across over 100 data brokers on the web.
The impact of a breach of your personal privacy should not be underestimated; identity theft can cost you or your business thousands of dollars and can take several months to resolve.
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