MyLife.com Opt Out & Remove Your Info

MyLife.com opt-out procedure is quick and straightforward – you only have to follow three easy steps, wait one or two weeks, and your data will be deleted. 

Like many other data brokers, MyLife.com is notorious for collecting and selling your information again, so we recommend you regularly complete their data removal procedure.

If doing this for dozens of other data brokers sounds too time-consuming, try out a subscription to Incogni. We automatically send out data removal requests to MyLife.com and other data brokers and restart the removal process regularly to make sure your data stays off the market.

Opt-out process: 5 – 10 minutes

Removal Requirements: Email

Updated: September 19, 2023

How to opt out of MyLife.com and remove your info?

In short:

  1. Find your listing on mylife.com
  2. Right-click on your listing and select “copy link address” to copy your listing URL
  3. Go to the opt-out page at https://www.mylife.com/ccpa/index.pubview, fill in your info (including the link to your profile you just copied), solve the CAPTCHA, and click “opt out.”

Keep reading for the full opt-out process with screenshots.

MyLife.com opt-out video guide

Removing your data doesn’t have to be complicated

It’s easy for data brokers to find and sell your most sensitive information. Taking your data off the market should be just as easy! For just $6.49 per month, Incogni sends out hundreds of recurring opt-out requests*.

Don’t waste any more time opting out one by one. Let us deal with data brokers, so you don’t have to!

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Step-by-step MyLife.com opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

  1. Find your listing on mylife.com

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    Go to mylife.com, enter your name and surname and click “search.” 

  2. Right-click on your listing and select “copy link address” to copy your listing URL

    opt out of mylife.com step 2

    Right-click on the correct listing, select “copy link address,” and go to the MyLife.com opt-out page.

  3. Go to the opt-out page at https://www.mylife.com/ccpa/index.pubview, fill in your info (including the link to your profile you just copied), solve the CAPTCHA, and click “opt out.”

    Fill out the fields marked with an asterisk (“*”). Paste the link into the “enter the profile URL” box, provide your email address underneath, complete the “I’m not a robot” CAPTCHA challenge, and click “opt out.”

    You will receive an email confirmation stating that MyLife.com has received your opt-out request and will get back to you within 24 – 48 hours.

4. Remove your data from more than just MyLife.com

With these three steps, you’ve successfully removed your data from MyLife.com! Unfortunately, this alone doesn’t mean your data is now private and secure. There are still thousands of other data brokers, and many of them could be selling your personal information. 

The more data you have floating around online, the more you are exposed to risks such as scams, identity theft, online harassment, and even stalking. That’s why we strongly recommend you clean up your online information trail. 
For starters, you can check out our other guides below to help you opt out of some of the biggest data brokers in the industry.

Or, if you don’t have enough time to dedicate to this process, subscribe to Incogni so we can do all this for you automatically!

Alternative MyLife.com opt-out method

Instead of using the MyLife.com opt-out page, you can also remove your data by speaking to a customer service representative at (888) 704-1900 (Mon – Fri 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST) or by emailing privacy@mylife.com. Make sure to provide the following personal information:

  • The URL of your record
  • Full name
  • Current and past addresses 
  • Date of birth

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  • Recurring removal from 159+ data brokers
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FAQ

What is MyLife.com?

MyLife is an information brokerage site collecting, compiling, and sharing personal information on individuals in the U.S. MyLife’s public profiles display a wide variety of personal info including age, personal addresses, phone numbers, and public ratings from other users.

How quickly will MyLife.com delete my data after I submit my removal request?

MyLife.com will delete your data from their website within 1 or 2 weeks. We recommend you check back in 15 days to ensure your records have been removed. 

How long does it take to complete the MyLife.com opt-out process?

The MyLife.com opt-out process is only 5 – 10 minutes long. There are only three simple steps to complete.  

Can I check if MyLife.com deleted my data?

Yes, you can check if MyLife.com deleted your data by saving the URL of your record and checking back after 15 days.

How does MyLife.com collect your data?

MyLife.com collects your data from public records, social media sites, and online tracking cookies

What kind of data does MyLife.com collect?

MyLife.com collects a large variety of personal information, such as:
– Names
– DOB
– Gender
– Race
– Religion
– Politics
– Relationship status
– Information on family members
– Income
– Net worth
– Phone numbers
– Email addresses
– Social media accounts
– Past and current addresses
– Property records
– Court documents
– Criminal records
– Liens
– Education records
– Employment history 
– Photos

Does my info from MyLife.com show up on Google search?

Yes, personal information from MyLife.com, such as your home address, will appear on Google search results and other search engines when looking up an individual by name. 

Will MyLife.com add my information again after I opt out?

Yes, your data will likely end up on MyLife.com even after you opt out. This is because they will continue to scrape your data from the internet. How soon your data appears again on their website depends on how often they refresh their database. 
This is why we recommend you re-do the opt-out process periodically. You can also do this automatically with an Incogni subscription

Is MyLife.com legit?

MyLife.com is a legit data broker; however, it uses questionable practices such as dark patterns and scare tactics to attract customers. The Better Business Bureau has received 5,591 complaints about MyLife.com in the last three years.

Does MyLife.com have the right to collect my data?

Yes, MyLife.com and other People Search Sites have the right to collect data from public sources. However, depending on your location, you have the right to make them delete your information according to data privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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