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StateRecords.org is a people-search site that collects and shares personal information on the web. The website gives access to state, county, and municipal public records and posts such personal details as arrest and jail records, location history, licenses, properties, bankruptcies, and more. To remove yourself from StateRecords.org, you are required to submit an online opt-out request and confirm it via email.
How to opt out and remove your information from StateRecords.org?
Please note that OneRep is not associated with StateRecords.org. To remove your record from StateRecords, use this guide or subscribe to a service that will do it for you. In case you have any further questions for StateRecords.org, reach out to the site directly
THE AUTOMATED OPT OUT OF STATERECORDS.ORG & OTHER SITES
The easiest way to opt out of StateRecords.org and 198 other sites is to use the OneRep automated removal tool.
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THE MANUAL STATERECORDS.ORG OPT OUT
Step 1: Go to StateRecords.org
Start your opt-out process by navigating to StateRecords.
Step 2: Follow the ‘Exercise My Privacy Rights’ link in the footer
Scroll down the homepage to find the ‘Exercise My Privacy Rights’ link and click on it.
Step 3: Submit your full name and state
Enter your first and last name, select your state and type the name of your city. Then click the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 4: Tick the ‘Select Record’ box
Locate the record you’d like to remove from StateRecords.org and check the box in the ‘Select Record’ column.
Step 5: Click on ‘Remove Data’
Next, click the ‘Remove Data‘ button that appears right after you check the ‘Select Record‘ box.
Step 6: Submit a valid email address
Enter an email address you use for opt-out requests and complete the reCAPTCHA. Then click on the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 7: Complete your request via email
Check your inbox for an email from StateRecords.org, open it, and follow the verification link.
Your removal request has been submitted.
StateRecords.org Removal Via Mail
Another way to remove your information from StateRecords.org is to send them a request via mail. Include your personal details such as full name, addresses, age, and contact data so that StateRecords.org can locate your record. Mail your request to the Data Management Department at Staterecords.org, PO Box 990043, Boston, MA 02199.
How to Contact StateRecords.org Directly
If you want to reach out to StateRecords.org, contact them via phone at 855-938-5042 for immediate assistance. Alternatively, fill out the contact form on their website.
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Approximate number of monthly visitors: 2.3 million
What StateRecords.org shares: arrest records, jail records, business ownership, bankruptcies, liens and judgments, traffic violations, and more.
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StateRecords.org Removal Requirements
Opt-out frame: Up to 4 weeks
Estimated time for manual request submission: 10 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 StateRecords.org
How do I remove my information from StateRecords.org?
To remove yourself from StateRecords.org, navigate to their website, find the ‘Do not sell my personal information’ link in the footer, and follow it. Then submit your full name, city, and state. Locate your record, tick the ‘Select record’ box, and then click the ‘Remove Data’ button. Submit your email address and complete your opt-out request via email.
What is StateRecords.org?
StateRecords.org is a people-search site that posts personal information online. Details shared include criminal and arrest records, property ownership, business ownership, vital records, and more. The website gathers data from publicly available resources but doesn’t verify it or check for accuracy.
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