This page explains how Optery's Ultimate plan covers Radaris

Whereas most data brokers comply with opt out requests and completely remove personal information from their web sites without too much trouble, Radaris is notoriously difficult and does not fully comply with opt out requests. For this reason, many of our competitors do not cover Radaris. We prefer not to give them a free pass, and continue to pursue multiple channels to have our customers' profiles removed from Radaris.

What information does Optery remove from Radaris, and what are the limitations?

Radaris has two profile types:

(a) a standard "For Sale" profile type

and

(b) a generic aggregated web scrape about your from various sources both past and present (e.g. social networks and public records)

At this time, Optery is able to successfully remove customer profiles from Radaris's standard "For Sale" profile type, however, after that profile is removed, they still do continue to publish their generic aggregated web scrape information about you.

Optery customers should be aware of this current limitation to removals from Radaris. But note that we are continuing to pursue multiple avenues in an attempt to get Radaris to fully comply with removal requests.

Is there anything else we can do?

We're currently submitting complains to the Federal Trade Commission through their ReportFraud.ftc.gov web site, and for our California-based customers, we are also submitting complaints to the California Attorney General's office. If you care about this issue as much as we do, we encourage you to also submit complaints about Radaris refusing to remove all personal information from its web site as well. Below are the links where you can do this:

Report Internet Privacy Fraud with the Federal Trade Commission's ReportFraud.ftc.gov


File a Consumer Complaint Against Radaris with the California Attorney General
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