Below is a comprehensive list of the sites we remove your personal information from. It’s important to note that we add sites to this list weekly, and are always ensuring our opt-out processes are up-to-date and accurate. In fact, we are the only opt-out service that updates or tools an average of three times each day, because we here at Removaly know that your personal information is one of the most precious assets you have.
Addresses.com is just one of dozens of online data brokers that gathers personal information about individuals from a wide range of online sources and then aggregates that data in a single report about the person.
BeenVerified is an aggregate people search website where users can find information about anyone with the click of a mouse. BeenVerified scrapes the internet for public records and compiles them into a database.
ClustrMaps offers basic information on each profile for free such as your name, age, part of your address, and phone number along with links to your social media profiles, permanent until you are able to opt-out.
Info Tracer is a popular data broker utilized by everyone from small town newspapers to the FBI. They pride themselves in this, stating that they “give our customers access to over 2 billion records and counting!“
Instant Checkmate is a background check service that allows you to search for millions of people in America. The site allows you to search demographic data, criminal records, and other public records across the United States.
Intelius is an aggregate people-search website, acting as a data broker to scrape and collect records that are publicly available online. These records are then compiled into a massive database.
Locate People is just one of hundreds of data brokers gathering personal information about individuals from a vast array of online sources, then aggregating that data in a comprehensive report about the person.
Originally founded in 2002 as Reunion.com, MyLife (alternately known as MyLife.com) is a U.S.-based data broker with roots in the social media world, and is nothing more than a more interactive data broker.
PeekYou offers basic information on each profile for free such as your name, age, part of your address, and phone number along with links to your social media profiles, permanent until you are able to opt-out.
PeopleFinders is one of the largest owners of public records data in the U.S with an estimated 43 billion data records. PeopleFinders allows visitors to start their search for free and will show some basic information for free.
We will let PrivateEye speak for themselves: “At PrivateEye.com, we have access to millions of public records all in one spot! You are able to look up and find people … to trace the person you are looking for.”
Founded more than a decade ago, Radaris is a self-described “public records search engine” that uses a range of sources to aggregate information about people and places for those who have not opted out.
Spokeo is just one of dozens of online data brokers that gathers personal information about individuals from a wide range of online sources and then aggregates that data in a single report about the person.
Whitepages is an online directory service where you can look up contact information, perform fraud screening and identity verification for businesses. It is the largest database of available contact information in the US.