OpenPublicRecords Opt Out & Data Removal Guide

OpenPublicRecords is a people search site that collects personal information and publishes it online for anyone to look up. A quick search on this website might reveal details such as your social media profiles, criminal records, assets, licenses and permits, relationship status, and more. 

Thankfully, getting your personal information off this data broker site is super quick, though if you’re not careful, you might end up giving away more information than the website already has

Follow our quick guide below to avoid any of these pitfalls, and your data should be removed within 7 days. 

You can also remove your personal information from OpenPublicRecords and dozens of other data broker databases at a time automatically with a subscription to Incogni.

Opt-out process:  5 – 10 minutes

Removal Requirements: Email

Updated: November 10, 2022

Removing your data from OpenPublicRecords doesn’t have to be complicated

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Step-by-step OpenPublicRecords opt-out guide

Feature image: Open Public Records

Step-by-step GoLookUp opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

1) Search for your record

Opt out of Open Public Records step 1

Go to open-public-records.com and enter your full name or keyword, case type, and relevant dates. Then select your state from the drop-down menu, enter the CAPTCHA code, and click “search.”

2) Copy the URL

Opt out of Open Public Records step 2

Find your record, right click on it, and select “copy link address.”

3) Access the opt-out page

Opt out of Open Public Records step 3

Scroll down to the very bottom of the page and click “record removal.” 

4) Submit your request

Opt out of Open Public Records step 4

Enter your full name and email and paste the URL you copied. You can enter a message asking for data removal, but this is optional. Then enter another CAPTCHA code and click “send request.”

5) Continue your data removal journey

Your record should be removed from Open Public Records within 24 hours. However, if you want to remove your information from the internet, that won’t be enough. There are hundreds of other data brokers that do the same thing.

For example, while searching for your record you might have noticed two purple search bars. The first one leads to BeenVerified, an affiliated information broker. Data brokers form networks that trade and sell your information. So, if one of them has your data, there’s a big chance dozens of others do as well.

To check which of these brokers have your data, simply do a quick search online. First, look up your name. You’ll probably find many people search sites among the results. However many data brokers won’t show up this way. You’ll also have to research which data brokers operate in your area.

Check out our other free opt out guides or start from these:

If this sounds like too much work, Incogni can handle all the legwork for you. We send out dozens of opt-out requests at a time and regularly monitor these sites to ensure your data doesn’t respawn over time.

If this seems like too much of a hassle and too big a time sink, you can always try Incogi’s automated data removal service. We remove your personal information from dozens of data brokers at a time and keep it from popping up again as long as you’re subscribed.

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