NJ Parcels Opt Out & Data Removal Guide [2022] | Incogni

NJ Parcels is a data broker site that specializes in collecting and publishing the property information of New Jersey residents online. It lets people anonymously search properties by address or the owner’s name. A quick search can reveal everything from your address to who your internet provider is.

Completing a request to have your listing redacted shouldn’t take you more than 10 minutes, our step-by-step guide makes it easy. What’s not easy is tracking down the potentially hundreds of other data brokers that have your personal information.

You could go it alone. Once you’ve created a list of likely suspects, our other opt-out guides are there to help you. Or you could let us handle the whole process for you. We’ll send out waves of dozens of targeted opt-out requests on your behalf through our automated data removal service.

Opt-out process:  5 – 10 minutes

Removal Requirements: Email

Updated: October 7, 2022

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Step-by-step NJ Parcels opt-out guide

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Step-by-step NJ Parcels opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

1) Start by searching for your listing on njparcels.com

Opt out of NJ Parcels step 1-1

Go to http://njparcels.com. Search for your property records by address by entering your address, selecting your county or region, and clicking on “search addresses.”

1b) Alternatively, search for your property records by owner name

Opt out of NJ Parcels step 1-2

Alternatively, search for your property records by owner name by entering your full name, selecting your county or region, and clicking on “search owners.”

2) Find and open your listing

Opt out of NJ Parcels step 2

Locate your listing in the property record search results and click on either the address or your name to open it.

3) Navigate to the redaction request form

Opt out of NJ Parcels step 3

Check you’ve got the right listing. Right-click on the address bar and select “copy” to grab the URL.

Click on “redaction” at the very top of the page to get to the redaction request form.

4) Fill in and submit the redaction request form

Opt out of NJ Parcels step 4

Make sure the “page to be redacted” field has auto-filled with your listing URL. If it hasn’t, right-click on it and select “paste” to drop the URL you copied in the previous step.

Enter your email address, your full name as it appears in your listing, and a reason for your redaction request – we recommend “privacy concerns.”

Accept the declaration and click on “submit request” to complete the process.

TIP: Use a throwaway email account or masked email address to protect your privacy.

Supply:

  • Email

5) Continue your data removal journey

NJ Parcels will evaluate your request within 72 hours. If they decide to remove your private data, they’ll do so for “approximately one year.” The truth is, though, that it might reappear even sooner than that.

This is a huge problem with data brokers: if they don’t properly match new information to an opted-out or redacted listing, they create a duplicate listing. Come back to NJParcels.com every now and then to make sure that hasn’t happened to you. Submit a new redaction request every time it does.

The other problem with data brokers is that there are an estimated 4,000 of them out there, collecting, sharing, and profiting from your private data. We recommend tracking the ones that have your data down and opting out of each and every one of them.

Use our easy-to-follow guides to do this manually. You can also try our automated data removal service to let us handle it. We use a unique algorithm to create a hit list of data brokers and then send out dozens of opt-out requests at a time, handling each process and dealing with rejection appeals on your behalf.

Alternative Radaris opt-out methods

Radaris doesn’t accept removal requests other than through the procedure described above. If you run into any problems while opting out, though, you can contact the data broker directly:

Phone: (855) 723-2747
Email: [email protected]
Contact form: https://radaris.com/page/contact

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