www.truepeoplesearch.com scares me. I check for my info regularly and remove it if it is there.
I have used it to backtrack phone numbers I don’t know that text me. I have freaked people out by saying their name.
I just was browsing again(out of boredom) and found my friend’s 11 year old niece with her correct address and phone number. Be vigilant who you give info to, almost every company sells it now.
Trending searches on Grams, a popular search engine on the dark web
lightningbadger: This looks like an excellent way to give them your name and address
cuzicut: Too bad it’s only for USA
KyleRiggs: Weird, in possible associates, it listed my friends from college over 15+ years ago.
Idahosausage: Jesus.. I searched myself and it showed everything correctly including ex girlfriends. How do I remove it?
FeelousScout: Not on it, Not even creepy websites wanna include me :,(
tbw875: It’s nearly impossible to get around this, Sorry. My company has coverage for 95% of the US. However, we do not list anyone under 18.
Keep in mind, at least in my company’s case, this is used to combat fraud. Having your name and address correct on these databases means signing up for certain websites is significantly easier and quicker, because you avoid Manual Review.
xXPu33ySl4y3rXx: Woah what the fuck? This some cool shit. I’m like a hacker
Vasevasevase: Don’t forget that your address probably is up if you are registered to vote. Search voter lookup + your area
KJBenson: How often do you have randos texting you?
karlenel: How do you remove?
NemoKozeba: Holy crap.
Kimarnic: Just for USA?
NavinRNorton: You girls know we had these things called PHONE BOOKS for 100 years with everyone’s name and address and phone numbers in them and everything was fine. Go find something else to be scared about.
_TheDon_: ??? Why is this so special? Almost every country has this