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Take Back Control of Your Privacy
Businesses legally download your personal data every day using hidden tools in your web and mobile browsers. They even access things like the GPS on your phone to see where you spend your time, what you search for, and purchase. Whether or not you're in "incognito mode", your activity can be tracked. At the same time, your information is being sold to businesses that want to know everything about you.
At Alerts.com, we make it easy for you to identify who accesses your private information, what they know about you, and how to delete yourself from their list. We're passionate about helping you take back control of your personal information, and we're experts at helping you navigate your privacy. Alerts.com serves as your first line of defense to protect your privacy. Although we don't know every time a consumer's name is sold, we do monitor tens of millions of consumer transactions per month.
Do You Really Know Who Has Your Personal Information?
As a consumer, you have every right to know what businesses have information about you and what they do with that data. It might be shocking to learn that your personal information is being tracked and sold every single day! We genuinely care about helping you protect your private data, so we make it easy to pinpoint what companies have your personally identifiable information and whether any of that data could put your identity at risk.
Protect Your Personal Information with Alerts.com
Trust only the best in the business to help you be proactive and protect your identity by controlling what companies can access your information—you'll receive real-time notifications when a new source has accessed your private data. You can then request to be removed from their list at any time.
Discover What Your Personal Data Is Being Used For
Did you know that your phone's GPS tracks your every move and monitors where you spend your time, both on and offline? In the process, your personal information is being collected and sold to businesses and advertisers without your knowledge. Although your data can be used to send targeted communications relating to products and services, your private information can easily fall into the wrong hands and have catastrophic consequences like identity theft.
Identify Who Has Access to Your Data
There is no need to wonder what businesses have your information. Once you've created an account with Alerts.com, you'll have instant access to our entire database, allowing you to search your name and see what personal information is out there for companies to utilize as they please.
Discover What Personal Information They Have
With access to our database, you'll be able to review what type of data a company has and whether they have stored your personal information. This includes things like your age, economic status, religion, or other personally identifiable information such as your full name, credit card information, or even your social security number. You'll be shocked to see the number of businesses that continually access private information that could potentially, in the wrong hands, destroy your entire life.
Remove Your Name From a Company Database
It's time to take action and get your privacy back! Alerts.com allows you to request that a business remove or delete your personal information from their database so they will not have access to it anymore. We're here to make this process easy, so we will directly notify the company once you've requested to be removed from their list.
Get Notified When Your Private Data is Sold
It can be exhausting keeping tabs on the number of companies that have accessed your private data. Thank goodness you've trusted Alerts.com to help you take back your privacy. Each time your personal information is accessed by a new company, we'll send you a real-time notification so that you can quickly demand that they remove you from their list before they are even able to resell your data or use it for other unknown purposes. Alerts.com serves as your first line of defense to protect your privacy. Although we don't know every time a consumer's name is sold, we do monitor tens of millions of consumer transactions per month.