Have your personal information listed on ThatsThem and not comfortable with the exposure? You can take control of your privacy by opting out of public listings.
Read this guide to find out how to remove yourself from any public listing or directory service with ThatsThem.
ThatsThem was created in 2014 to provide users with a tool that allows them to find people easily using their information about them. ThatsThem provides contact information and information about who is calling you for free, unlike other websites that charge.
ThatsThem is an online data broker site that posts personal information on the internet. If you have the necessary information, it is easy to locate someone on ThatsThem. It's easy to remove yourself from ThatsThem and it takes only 5 minutes.
To remove yourself from ThatsThem, you will only need to complete a short opt-out form. Your request will be processed within 5-7 business days. Once that is done, your information will be deleted from Their site.
You can opt out of Thatsthem.com by completing the following steps.
1) Search for yourself using your full name and location on https://thatsthem.com/. To ensure that you find the right profile listing for you, if you have a common surname, please include your middle or initial in the search.
2) Note the information in your profile listing by clicking on it. In the next step, you will be asked to fill in your full name, address, and phone number.
3) Go to the opt-out page for ThatsThem: https://thatsthem.com/optout.
4) Fill out the opt-out form with your information exactly as it appears on your profile listing.
5) Click "Submit" to complete the CAPTCHA.
You will receive a confirmation popup that states your information will be removed in 5-7 days.
After submitting your opt-out request, it will take some time for the changes to take effect. Depending on the type of records you opted out of, it may take up to 7 business days in order for the change to propagate throughout our system and become visible.
To verify that you have been removed, simply perform a search for yourself and make sure that none of your selected information appears publicly on ThatsThem.
After opting out, your data may still appear in other search engines or databases. ThatsThem periodically updates its records to ensure that any outdated or incorrect information is removed and replaced with correct, current information.
To ensure that your opt-out request remains up-to-date, be sure to monitor for changes to your record and submit another opt-out request if necessary.
After making your selections, make sure to click the ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the page. You should receive an email confirming that your opt-out request has been received and is in progress. Depending on the type of records you want to opt out of, there may be additional steps such as filling out a form or providing additional documentation before your opt-out request can be processed.
Once approved, you can be assured that any information opted out will no longer appear publicly through ThatsThem.
ThatsThem.com will then instruct their partner sites not to display your phone number in their results as well. You are one step closer to online privacy. Once you have completed the ThatsThem opt-out 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.