Profilogical also assists consumers with record removal from all public white page websites that are not owned by or affiliated with Profilogical. We understand that in many cases online privacy is a must, so we will go above and beyond to help you achieve your privacy goals without costing you a fortune. If you would like assistance with full records removals from all websites just send a e-mail and 39.95 payment and we will help you every step of the way.We wouldnt charge but it takes alot of time to get other sites to take your records down.
Google Search: Once your records are deleted from our system they will eventually fall out of Google's index once Google crawls your page(s) again.
You might be able speed up this process by letting Google know that the page where your information was located has changed.This can take from a few weeks to several months.
We provide the option where we manually submit a removal request to Google, and this will remove your listings in a few days. Any requests you make on your own to Google will be denied, since these changes must be made by the webmaster directly. See the following Google Support Answers:
- Remove outdated content from Google
When we manually submit a removal request to Google it normally takes just a few days for it to be approved.
Any redactions or deletions we make to our databases will take effect immediatly on the web sites that publish these records, and also in the databases of any marketing companies that use them.
Removal From Google Search
The chances are that you found information about yourself through an online Google Search.
The snippet that Google displays likely includes your name, address, telephone number, among other bits of data.
So having your information removed from people directory sites is only part of the solution - if you are looking for complete online privacy.
It can take Google two to three months, or longer, to update their listing where your information was once displayed.
We can expedite the removal of this listing by contacting Google directly (This is only available to the owner/webmaster of the site).
Most of our requests are handled by Google in 2 to 4 days.
We receive a lot of questions about Public and Private information, about privacy concerns. In order to help educate our users we will be providing pertinent documents related to this industry.
Senate Commerce Committee Report on Data Broker Industry
The following article by PrivacyRights.org discusses the current laws related to public records and personal privacy:
Public Records on the Internet: The Privacy Dilemma
Here is a quote from PrivacyRights.org:
Courts and government agencies at all levels of government - local, state, and federal - are increasingly making public records available on web sites. Some jurisdictions are just beginning, while others have done so since the mid-1990s.
The information compiled by online information brokers is typically "public information" - available through public records. At this time, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse does not know of any laws that have been used to prevent or stop companies from publishing this kind of information about regular citizen on the Internet.
DISCLAIMER: You may not use our service or the information it provides to make decisions about consumer credit, employment, insurance, tenant screening, or any other purpose that would require FCRA compliance. We do not provide consumer reports and is not a consumer reporting agency. (These terms have special meanings under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681 et seq., ("FCRA"), which are incorporated herein by reference.) The information available on our website may not be 100% accurate, complete, or up to date, so do not use it as a substitute for your own due diligence, especially if you have concerns about a person's criminal history. We do not make any representation or warranty about the character or the integrity of the person, business, or entity about which you inquire, or the information available through our website.