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Opt out of Hpcc-Usa.org

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Hpcc-Usa.org is a database of personal information gathered from public records. It shares such private details as addresses, phone numbers, and property documents. To opt out, you are required to submit a request on Hpcc-Usa.org.

How to opt out and remove your information from Hpcc-Usa.org?

Step 1: Access Hpcc-Usa.org

First, navigate to Hpcc-Usa’s website.

Step 2: Click on your state

Scroll the homepage down, find your state in the State Public Records section, and click on it.


Step 3: Click on your county

Find your county and click on it. If your county is not mentioned on this page, follow the ‘Phone Directory in Illinois’ link.


Step 4: Find your listing and open it

Locate your record and click on it to open.


Step 5: Copy the listing URL


Highlight the record URL and copy it. You will later submit it in the opt-out form.

Step 6: Go to the ‘Remove your listing’ page

Scroll the page down and click on ‘Remove your listing’. Or follow this link.


Step 7: Fill out and submit the record removal form

Enter your first and last name, city, state abbreviation, email address, and record URL. Select ‘Remove Listing’, tick the box stating you are authorized to request the changes and type the Anti Spam code. Then hit the ‘Submit’ button.

We recommend creating a separate email address, that doesn’t disclose your personal information, for opting out from data brokers and people-search sites.


Your listing has been deleted.


How to contact Hpcc-Usa.org directly

In order to reach out to Hpcc-Usa.org, fill out the contact form on their website.

Your data is still exposed on other brokers

Numerous other data broker websites expose your private data. We recommend that you remove yourself from these five next:

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