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Manual Opt Out of (2024)

Step 1: First, head to and search for your name in their database. To narrow down your search, I recommend including your city or zip code in the search, but this is not required.

Step 2: Find the record that contains your information and click “Full Profile”.

Step 3: Copy the page URL. It should look something like “<firstname>-<lastname>/<numbers>”.

Step 4: Once you have copied the URL, go to and follow the instructions given. You will receive a confirmation email, so make sure you have access to the email you give.

Step 5: Finally, head to your email inbox and find the confirmation email from Radaris. It should ask you to confirm your record deletion request by clicking on a link. If the provided link does not give you the option to click it, simply copy and paste it into your browser to confirm your request.

How long will it take to remove my information from Radaris?

It should take you roughly 10-20 minutes to complete this opt-out process, although it does depend on how quickly Radaris sends you the confirmation email.

When will my information be removed from Radaris?

Generally speaking, you should expect Radaris to take 15-30 business days to remove your information from their website.

Will my information be added back to Radaris in the future?

Your information could be added back to Radaris in the future, however, there is no guarantee and you will not be notified when it happens. If you want to make sure your personal information stays off their website, you will need to actively monitor it or subscribe to an identity monitoring service like DataSeal.

How does Radaris sell my information?

Radaris offers your information to its users in the form of a report which will include your personal contact details such as name, address, phone number, and other details.

How does Radaris get my information?

Radaris gathers information from various sources across the web in order to compile records of every individual in their database. The majority of this information is found by scraping publicly available resources such as court records, warranty cards, and mortgage deeds, however, they may also purchase bulk data from unofficial websites to further expand their database.