How do i delete my address from whitepages?
Whitepages.com is a people search website that aggregates information included but not limited to people name, address, phone number, age, nearest relatives, past residences, and email address. Whitepages Premium gives access to full contact details including mobile numbers, bankruptcy records, criminal records, and more.
How to remove your information from whitepages.com
THE AUTOMATED OPT OUT OF WHITEPAGES & OTHER SITES
The easiest way to opt out of Whitepages and 80+ other sites is to use OneRep automated removal tool.
- If your information is on Whitepages, there’s a 100% chance it’s on other data brokers too
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THE MANUAL OPT OUT OF WHITEPAGES
If you don’t want to do this automatically and would rather submit the request directly, here’s how to do things the manual way:
1. Visit the website www.whitepages.com. Type your first and last name, city, state or ZIP. Click on search. 2. Find personal records that refer to you. Click on “View Details”. 3. This is what your profile looks like. You can see how much private information is exposed: first and last names, addresses, telephone numbers. Copy the URL of the profile (located at upper left corner). 4. Go to whitepages opt-out page. Paste the URL of the profile you want to remove. Click on the “Opt-Out” button. 5. The website will direct you to the page where you need to confirm that this is your profile, not somebody else’s. Click on the “Remove Me” button. 6. Choose one of the reasons you want remove from whitepages.com. Press “Submit”. 7. In order to be removed from whitepages.com you need to verify your identity by providing your telephone number. After you do this and click on “Call Now to Verify” you will be directed to the page with your verification code. 8. You will receive a call from Whitepages robot. It may take a few seconds. Provide the verification code to the robot.
9. You have successfully removed your private records from Whitepages.com!
Frequently Asked Questions about Whitepages
How does Whitepages get your info?
When it comes to collecting your personal info, Whitepages is no different from any other data broker site. The website primarily compiles its information from public sources like local records. They scrape all of the information they can find and basically add it to their site. Whitepages constantly scours the web for new info to add to its database. They look at social media, third-party sources and also use phone companies as a source of your personal information as they usually provide explicit info such as names, addresses, emails and phone numbers.
Is it legal for Whitepages to share your data?
It is completely legal for Whitepages to build up its database. The thing is, everything that they share has previously been reported in public records. Those records are legally accessible to anyone. They simply publish them on the Internet.
What information does Whitepages share?
Being one of the biggest data broker sites, Whitepages shares a lot of information that cannot be found on other data brokers. Here’s the list of things that can potentially be found on you at Whitepages.com:
- Cell phone number
- Landline number
- Home address & housing info
- Email address
- Social networks
- Criminal charge history
- Property ownership details
- Marriage/divorce records
- Civil judgments, bankruptcies, tax liens
- Sex offender records
- Arrest details
- Education and work history
- Income and assets
- And much more