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USSearch.com is a large personal info database that lets you search for and find publicly available information on people. You can search for people, property records, email addresses, social network accounts, or criminal records. You can also do a reverse phone lookup or complete a background check via the website. For this reason, you likely want to remove your own info from their site.
USSearch is also a bit unique from other sites because its search engine feeds several other data broker websites. This makes completing an USSearch opt out even more crucial in the process of protecting your privacy on the web. Removing your info from USSearch.com will remove it from any other affiliated websites as well.
How to Opt Out from USSearch.com: Step-by-Step Instructions
In order to manually remove your private data from USSearch.com, follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to USSearch.com’s opt out page to begin the process.
Step 2: Fill out your first name, last name, state, and email address. Then click “continue”.
Tip: If you prefer to not use your own email address, you can create a temporary one for free using a service like Maildrop.
Step 3: Go through the list of results. Once you identify the listing with your information. Click the button to the right that says, “Remove this Record”.
Step 4: A verification email will be sent to the provided email address. Go check your email.
Step 5: Click the “confirm email” button in the verification email.
Step 6: Your opt out request has been submitted. You may be contacted by USSearch.com for additional information to process your removal request.
This completes the USSearch.com opt out process. It can take a few weeks for the information to be completely removed from the website and its affiliates. Remember, this only removes your info from USSearch’s network. Your information is elsewhere. Whether with an automated tool or manually, consistently monitor your online presence for other data brokers that are exposing it online.