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Month: April 2017

Removal: VIN.place

Removal: VIN.place

You may be familiar with this website, vin.place, which shows the full name, address, and phone number of people who have purchased a vehicle at a dealership.  It also shows the vehicle’s VIN, and make/model of the vehicle along with other information.  A great research tool when you know a name, or if you happen to know the VIN because you can query the database for either piece of information.  The more unique the name, the less searching you have…

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OneRep.com (Opt-Out)

OneRep.com (Opt-Out)

OneRep.com is one of those websites that appears to offer assistance with removing your information for a fee.  Make no mistake, they will gladly collect your information from “public” sources to publish it for anyone to see.  They are in it to make a buck as a paid removal and monitoring service, that’s it.  Also, if your name is listed on their website, the site is regularly indexed by search engines, making you even more easily to be found. Their…

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Data Removal: Melissa.com

Data Removal: Melissa.com

The website Melissa.com is a data broker that combines a large variety of personal information from public sources.  Their service aggregates real estate records, voter registration records, business information, plus a lot more and makes that information searchable by anyone via a free “look ups” section of their site and also a paid premium service.  Online investigators have come to realize that Melissa.com is a reliable source for target information because many people may not be aware that their personal…

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