Opt Out & Data Removal Guide is a popular data broker. It publishes personal information on Americans across 50 states and offers blue pages, white pages, and yellow pages as well as links to dozens of state-wide directories for more data. 

Anyone using can access your home address, phone numbers, email addresses, possible relatives and associates, and property details. Needless to say, this kind of information can be dangerous in the wrong hands. It can expose you to scams, identity theft, and even online harassment and stalking

Thankfully, removing your personal information from this website is pretty easy. All you need to do is fill out an online form. You can check our detailed instructions below.

Opt-out process:  5 – 15 minutes

Removal Requirements: Email

Updated: November 25, 2022

How to opt out of and remove your info

In short:

  1. Search for your record on
  2. Copy the URL from the browser address bar
  3. Start the opt-out process at
  4. Select your profile and click “remove”

Keep reading for the full opt out procedure with screenshots.

Want to learn more about data broker removal? We wrote ~85 data broker opt out guides. Check them out and remove your data.

Removing your data doesn’t have to be complicated

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Step-by-step opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

  1. Search for your record on

    Go to, enter your first and last name in the search field, and click the suggestion that pops up below. 

  2. Copy the URL from the browser address bar

    You’ll get to a search results page. There may be several records belonging to other people with the same name as you. This is ok. Copy the URL from the address bar. 

  3. Start the opt-out process at

    Go to the opt-out page. Enter your email address, the URL you copied before, and your address. Then click “next step.” 

  4. Select your profile and click “remove

    Select your profile from the list and click “remove.” If you have multiple records on the website, you’ll have to repeat the process to remove each one individually. 

5. Continue your data removal journey

That’s really all it takes to get your data off They should remove your profile right away, which you can check by going back to view the record (which should now come up with an error message). 

Don’t let your guard down just yet, though. While the site may have taken down your personal profile now, there’s no guarantee that it won’t list your data again. Most data brokers update and replenish their databases regularly. Unfortunately, this means that your personal information might end up on the site again and again

Data privacy requires ongoing effort. We recommend you return to from time to time and restart the opt-out process if your record shows up again. You should also check other sites for your data. The average American has their data exposed on dozens of data broker websites

Check out our other opt-out guides to get you started:

You can also use an automated personal data removal service like Incogni. We handle the entire data removal process from finding the brokers to handling rejected removal requests. 

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  • A fully automated data removal service
  • Recurring removal from 159+ data brokers
  • Regular progress reports

Use DATA-REMOVAL-MAY at checkout to get an additional 10% discount.

* See the full list of data brokers Incogni covers here.

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