Persopo.com gathers records from federal, state, county and municipal databases. We provide these records to our customers to be able to get the most current updated results available. However, we are more than willing to remove anything that you would consider inconvenient to be out there. The process is very simple, and you do not even have to be a member to Opt Out!
Step 1: Just do a search for yourself.
Step 2: Find the listing that matches you by name, age, location, and/or possible relatives.
Step 3: Copy the entire listing in text format (please no screenshots or links).
Step 4: Send it to us! This can be done by e-mail or regular mail.
Step 5: Relax and let us remove the results from our site.
Please be aware it may take anywhere from 10-20 business days to complete this request, depending on how many requests are being processed at that time. Once your Opt Out request has been completed we will additionally add your name to an ever-growing list that we maintain with our data providers to try and not add your information in the future. Also keep in mind that if new information is forwarded to us that our computers are unable to match to your previous requests, those new records will be added to our database. Being unable to match could be something as simple as a different middle initial, different spelling of a name, or even if you should move to a different state. However, if you discover this has happened, you may send us another request and we will remove the new updated information on our list of people not to display on our site.
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Persopo's goal is to provide easy online access to public record information in a fast, safe, and affordable manner.
Because Persopo is not a Consumer Reporting Agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA),
you must not use this site if you are searching for a person because you are considering them for employment,
credit or insurance eligibility, tenancy, or any other reason that would require FCRA compliance.
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