Where does all the information come from?

First of all, you need to know that OneRep does not have access to your personal information, unless you provide it in your user account, which is used ONLY for the removal purpose. OneRep is not affiliated with any of people search websites or data brokers. We are independent company.

Your public records, represented on your OneRep page, are already all over the Internet and accessible by everyone who searches you. This information has been aggregated from major people search websites. They are the actual source or data brokers. Data brokers collect your information from various sources, such as:

  • Government and public records such as court filings, real property and tax assessor records; court filings, recorded liens and mortgages, driver’s license records, motor vehicle records, voter registrations, telephone directories, real estate listings, birth, marriage, divorce and death records, professional license filings, recreational (hunting and fishing) licenses, and Census demographic information.
  • Self-reported information directly from consumers through warranty cards, sweepstakes entries, contests, and surveys.
  • Cooperative arrangements through which companies provide information about their customers in exchange for information to enhance their existing customer lists or identify new customers.
  • Purchase or licensing of information from other data brokers, retailers, and financial institutions.  This may include consumers’ web browsing activities from online advertising networks, data about purchases from retailers, catalog companies and magazines, and data from websites where consumers register or log in to obtain services, such as retail, news, and travel sites.

If you would like people-search websites and data brokers stop exposing the visible part of information they have collected on you, you can rely on OneRep in protecting your online privacy.

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