Choicepoint: All consumers can opt-out of the Choicepoint Marketing database by completing the online form at http://www.privacyatchoicepoint.com/optout_ext.html#optout. ChoicePoint may allow public and elected officials, including law enforcement officers, to opt-out of certain PFG products and services in cases where the official is working undercover, on a high-profile assignment, or under threat of death or serious bodily harm. Public and elected officials must submit their opt-out requests, in writing on official government letterhead.
Also, ChoicePoint may allow certain private individuals who are facing a substantial risk of physical harm or who are victims of Identity Theft to opt-out of certain PFG products and services with a written request that includes documentation substantiating the risk of physical harm or the individual’s status as an Identity Theft victim, including a properly filed police report, or a letter from a law enforcement agency, or a law enforcement contact familiar with the issue necessitating the request.
Intelius: Intelius' out policy is unclear, nevertheless, to opt-out, go to http://find.intelius.com/privacy-faq.php#5.
Lexis Nexis: If you are a state, local, or federal law enforcement officer or public official and your position exposes you to a threat of death or serious bodily harm; or you are a victim of identity theft; or you are at risk of physical harm you may opt-out at http://www.lexisnexis.com/terms/privacy/data/remove.asp.
US Search Profile: You can opt-out of information culled from non-public record sources, such as from magazine subscriptions. To opt-out, mail in a signed request with: your full name, e-mail address, mailing address, social security number, date of birth, past addresses and aliases. For more on US Search opt-out: http://www.ussearch.com/consumer/commerce/about/privacy.jsp;
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