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PrivateRecords.net is a data broker that shares over 12 billion public records gathered from thousands of sources. The records include such personal info as location history, relatives, contact data, marriage and divorce status, sex offender status, and court and arrest records. To remove your information from PrivateRecords.net, you need to fill out an online opt-out form and confirm your request via email.

How to opt out and remove your information from PrivateRecords.net?

Step 1: Go to PrivateRecords.net

First, navigate to PrivateRecords’ website.

Step 2: Click on ‘Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Info’

Scroll down the homepage and follow the ‘Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Info’ link in the footer.


Step 3: Search for your listing

Enter your first and last name, select your state from the drop-down menu, and click ‘Search’.


Step 4: Select your listing

If during the search process you are prompted additional questions, answer them to narrow down the search results. Then find your record and click on it.


Step 5: Submit the opt-out form

Enter a valid email address, your full name, address, and phone number, and solve the Captcha. Then hit ‘Submit’.

We recommend creating a separate email address, that doesn’t disclose your personal or business information, for opting out from data brokers.


Step 6: Confirm your opt-out request via email

Check your inbox to find a letter from PrivateRecords.net’s support, open it and follow the ‘Click to Remove your information’ link.


Your opt-out request has been confirmed.

How to contact PrivateRecords.net directly

If you’re looking to reach out to PrivateRecords.net, call their support team at (888) 270-9304, send an email to [email protected], or submit the contact form on their website.

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About PrivateRecords.net

Founded in: 2020

Approximate number of monthly visitors: 182K

What PrivateRecords.net shares: contact details, addresses, relatives and relationships, photos, marriage and divorce records, criminal records, and more.

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How do I remove my information from PrivateRecords.net?

To opt out of PrivateRecords.net, go to their website, click on ‘Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Info’ in the footer, and look yourself up. Find your listing and click on it. Then fill out and submit the opt-out form. Finally, confirm your opt-out request via email.

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