TruthFinder Opt Out & Remove Your Info

TruthFinder is one of the most popular people search sites on the web. If you’re concerned about strangers gaining access to your personal information, it’s definitely a good idea to opt out.  Thankfully, the process is short and easy. You just have to find your record, submit an opt-out form, and complete an email confirmation. All in all, it should take you around 5 minutes. Then TruthFinder will remove your information within 48 hours. 

While opting out won’t take much time, you will have to spend more if you want to keep your data off the website. Like most data brokers, there’s a good chance TruthFinder will collect and sell your data again after some time. For this reason, we recommend checking back regularly.

✅ Incogni offers an opt-out service for TruthFinder and other 180+ data brokers. You don’t have to do this manually on your own. From the initial data removal to repeated data sweeps and any correspondence in between – Incogni handles it all automatically. Click here to get started.

Opt-out process: 5 – 15 minutes

Removal Requirements: Email

Updated: August 23, 2022

TruthFinder opt out video guide

How to opt out of TruthFinder and remove your info?

In short:

  1. Access the TruthFinder opt-out page at
  2. Find your listing and click “remove this record.”
  3. Enter your email address, solve the CAPTCHA, and click “SEND CONFIRMATION EMAIL”
  4. Check your email and confirm your removal request by clicking the “Confirm Opt-out” button

Keep reading for the full opt out procedure with screenshots. You can also remove your info automatically. ✅ Incogni offers an opt-out service for TruthFinder and other 180+ data brokers. Get started here.

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

It’s easy for data brokers to get a hold of your most sensitive information. We believe taking your data off the market should be just as easy! For just $6.49 per month, Incogni automatically sends out dozens to even hundreds of opt-out requests at once*.

Don’t waste any more time opting out one by one. Let us deal with data brokers, so you don’t have to! The first 100 blog readers to use OPTOUT-MARCH23 get an additional 10% discount.

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

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Step-by-step TruthFinder opt-out guide

Total Time: 5 minutes

  1. Access the TruthFinder opt out page at

    Opt out of truth finder step 1

    Go to the TruthFinder opt-out page and enter your full name, city, and state. Then Click “search.”

  2. Find your listing and click “remove this record.”

    Opt out of truth finder step 2

    Find your listing in the search results and click “remove this record.”

  3. Enter your email address, solve the CAPTCHA, and click “SEND CONFIRMATION EMAIL”

    Opt out of truth finder step 3

    Enter your email address, complete the “I’m not a robot” CAPTCHA challenge, and click “send confirmation email.”

  4. Check your email and confirm your removal request by clicking the “Confirm Opt-out” button

    Opt out of truth finder step 4

    You will receive a verification email. Click the “confirm opt-out” button in the email to complete the data removal process. 

5. Remove your data from other people search sites

Congratulations on taking your data off TruthFinder! Unfortunately, there are still many more sites like this one that are likely to have your personal information. 

In the US alone, there are hundreds of active data brokers. Some of these companies have even been charged for intentionally selling data to fraudsters. If you want to protect yourself from the invasion of your online privacy and the associated risks, we recommend you opt out from all people search websites and data brokers

To do this, you can look yourself up on popular search engines or find data brokers active in your area and go through each one individually. You can find more opt-out guides for some of the biggest data brokers below to help you remove your personal information from these sites. 

If it sounds like you won’t have enough time to go through this process, don’t worry. You can also use services like Incogni to automatically remove your data from dozens of data brokers, so you don’t have to do any research or submit forms yourself. 

Taking back control of your data doesn’t have to be hard

Data brokers collect your data with just one click of the mouse. We believe opting out should be just as quick and easy. 

You don’t have to worry about tracking down which brokers have your data, going through lengthy opt-out procedures, or handling rejected removal requests! Let us handle it for you automatically!

Alternative TruthFinder opt-out methods

If you can’t submit an online opt-out form, there are other methods you can try. You can contact the TruthFinder support team via email: [email protected] or phone: (800) 699-8081.

In both cases, you’ll need to provide your full name, date of birth, past and current addresses, and the URL of your record. However, we recommend you avoid sending any sensitive information by email.


What is TruthFinder?

TruthFinder is a people search site that collects and sells the personal information of millions of Americans. It then compiles detailed personal profiles that users can purchase on the website. It comes at a steep price point but provides deep background checks. 

A full report on TruthFinder includes information such as:
– Names
– Phone numbers
– Address history
– Social media profiles
– Photos
– Police records
– Arrest records
– Civil judgments 
– Court records
– Weapons permits 
– Assets
– Relatives
– Birth and death records

Despite the level of detail TruthFinder provides, it is not a Consumer Reporting Agency. Customers cannot make decisions about consumer credit, employment, insurance, or tenant screening based on the data provided on TruthFinder, as this requires Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliance.

Instead, Truthfinder advertises its service as a way to reconnect with people and screen those you let into your life. However, the real uses can be much darker. Cybercriminals can also purchase (or steal) your data from people search websites like TruthFinder and use it for scams, identity theft, and even stalking or online harassment. 
This is why you should take your personal information off any website that sells or shares it online.

How long does it take TruthFinder to process my opt-out request?

TruthFinder should process your opt-out request within 48 hours. Clear your cache and check back after this time. If they still haven’t taken down your record, contact their support team by email: [email protected] or phone: (800) 699-8081. 

How long is the TruthFinder opt-out process?

It should take around 5 – 10 minutes to complete and submit a Truthfinder data removal request. 

Will TruthFinder sell my data again after I opt out?

Once you opt out, TruthFinder may add you to a suppression list so that your records don’t show up on their website again.

However, this often isn’t enough as not all of your data can be correctly matched to the record you removed, and multiple records can be created. 

We always recommend regularly revisiting sites that have removed your data. It is possible you will have to complete the opt-out process again. Incogni’s data removal service does this for you automatically. We remove your data and complete regular data sweeps to ensure it isn’t added again. 

Where does TruthFinder get data?

TruthFinder scrapes data from all over the web, including court records, FBI or local criminal records, social media sites, and other data brokers. The website also completes dark web scans to compile the most in-depth and accurate reports. 

Does TruthFinder have the right to use my data?

TruthFinder and similar websites are completely legal and permitted to collect and sell data. However, they are bound by data privacy laws such as the CCPA. This means that you have the right to make them remove your personal information at any time. 

Though they can collect and sell your personal data, TruthFinder is not FCRA compliant and therefore cannot provide consumer reports. 

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