Opt Out of BackgroundCheck.RunHow does OneRep work?
BackgroundCheck.Run is a data broker that shares such personal details as criminal offenses, contact info, bankruptcies, and more. It’s a non-FCRA-compliant site that provides background screening and people-search services. To remove your information from BackgroundCheck.Run, you are required to request an opt-out on their website and verify it via email.
How to opt out and remove your information from BackgroundCheck.Run?
Please note that OneRep is not associated with BackgroundCheck.Run. To remove your record from BackgroundCheck.Run, use this guide or subscribe to a service that will do it for you. In case you have any further questions for BackgroundCheck.Run, reach out to the site directly.
THE AUTOMATED OPT-OUT OF BACKGROUNDCHECK.RUN & OTHER SITES
The easiest way to opt out of BackgroundCheck.Run and 189 other sites is to use OneRep automated removal tool.
- OneRep performs BackgroundCheck.Run removal automatically.
- Opts you out of 189 other data brokers that share your information.
- Monitors the web and deletes your data if it pops up again.
If you’d like to remove your info the quick and easy way, click here.
THE MANUAL BACKGROUNDCHECK.RUN OPT OUT
If automatic removal is not an option and you would rather submit your request directly, here’s how to do things the manual way:
Step 1: Go to BackgroundCheck.Run
To initiate your opt-out process, access BackgroundCheck.Run.
Step 2: Look yourself up
Enter your full name, city, and state. Then click on ‘Search’.
Step 3: Locate your profile
Check the results to find a matching listing. Once located, click on your name to open it.
Step 4: Click on ‘Control this profile’
Look through the details provided in the record to make sure it’s yours and not of someone else with the same name. Then click the ‘Control this profile’ link on the right.
Step 5: Submit the opt-out form
Enter your full name and email address. Your profile URL should already be auto-pasted. If it’s not, then go back to your record and copy it. Then solve the Captcha and click on ‘Submit opt out request’.
Side note: We recommend using a separate email address created specifically for submitting removal requests for BackgroundCheck.Run and other data brokers. This action helps ensure that the personally identifiable information associated with your email won’t be displayed or shared on these sites.
Step 6: Verify your request via email
Check your inbox to find an email from BackgroundCheck, open it, and click on the confirmation link to complete the removal.
Your opt-out request has been confirmed. You’ll be assigned a tracking ID to check the status of your request later.
How To Contact BackgroundCheck.Run Directly?
BackgroundCheck.Run has customer service that you can contact via the contact form on their website or via phone at (866) 953-9395 Monday-Friday 9 am to 8 pm ET, Saturdays 9 am to 5 pm ET.
Fancy a full data broker cleanse? Below we have a variety of other opt-out guides that may help.
Approximate number of monthly visitors: around 12 thousand
What BackgroundCheck.Run shares: address history, age, social media profiles, email addresses, employment records, and more.
BackgroundCheck.Run Quick Links
BackgroundCheck.Run Removal Requirements
Opt-out Frame: around 48 hours
Estimated time for manual request submission: 15 minutes
Requires an email address: Yes
Requires CAPTCHA solving: Yes
Requires a phone number: No
Requires uploading an ID copy: No
Requires a mail-in request with an ID copy: No
Opt-out difficulty: Standard
Frequently Asked Questions about BackgroundCheck.Run
How do I remove information from BackgroundCheck.Run?
The fastest way to remove your information from BackgroundCheck.Run is to go directly to their website, find your record, and click on the ‘Control this profile’ link. Then fill out the opt-out form, and verify the removal request via email.
What is BackgroundCheck.Run?
BackgroundCheck.Run is a people-search site that collects its data from publicly available sources such as criminal, civil, and government databases. They share professional background, social media links, contact details, and other personal information on their website. However, the website doesn’t guarantee the accuracy of its data.
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