AccuData Company Overview
AccuData Integrated Marketing (“
) is a Florida based company providing data management, data analytics and digital marketing services to businesses with the aim of assisting them to market their products and services to existing and potential customers.
AccuData and Your Consumer Information
If the link above doesn’t work, click on the “
” link found on the website’s Footer (the bottom section of the webpage) as shown in the image below.
How We Share Information with Third Parties
”, and Section 6 titled: “
How AccuData Shares the Information We Collect Through Our Websites
”, AccuData declares that they may share (and potentially sell
) your consumer information for the purpose of:
managing user accounts
communicating and providing services
providing offers and advertisements
data analysis and market research
gathering demographic information on visitors
It’s become commonplace for data companies, like AccuData, to breach their own policies by selling consumer information to businesses willing to foot the bill. If you’re not comfortable with AccuData’s use of your consumer information, they have made it easy for you to opt out of their marketing database or have your information deleted at your request; as it was made mandatory by law.
AccuData, a Data Broker Company
AccuData can be classified as a Data Broker Company as it has access to information collected directly from consumers and through third party companies. With access to so much data on individuals, companies like AccuData become the target of corporations looking to increase their already overflowing databases. As a result, there’s a great chance that AccuData may be selling your consumer information to other companies and you have a right to be both skeptical and concerned. However, with the law on your side, you can request that AccuData prevent the sale of your consumer information and even delete that information to give you a peace of mind.
Opting Out and Deleting Your Consumer Information
AccuData provides a channel for anyone who has previously provided information to the company to request to be opted out of their marketing database whenever he/she desires. AccuData promises to process your request within 30 days or less depending on the laws of your current state. You can request to opt out via communication with them using one of the following means:
AccuData provides various means for anyone wishing to opt out of the company’s marketing database or have their consumer information deleted. This is all thanks to current US laws which provide consumers with the right to exercise control over their information which companies have collected. AccuData promises to process your request within 30 days or less depending on the laws of your current state. You can make your request known using one of the following means below.
Fill out and submit the
Opt Out Webform
as shown in the image below. You will be asked to proceed through an identity verification process before your request can be fulfilled.
Click on the link below to access the Opt Out Webform as shown in the image above.
If the link above doesn’t work, a link to the webform can be found on AccuData’s website. At the website’s Footer (the bottom section of the webpage), click on the “
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
” link as shown in the image below.
Give AccuData a call at
1 (800) 371-7080
and request to opt out of their marketing database
Give AccuData a call at
1 (800) 371-7080
and request to opt out of their marketing database or request that they delete your consumer information.
Send AccuData an email requesting to opt out of their marketing database or request for the deletion of your consumer information. The email address for such request is email@example.com.
Type a letter requesting to opt out of their marketing database or to have your consumer information deleted, then mail it to the following address:
AccuData Integrated Marketing, Inc.
Attn: Privacy Officer
12901 McGregor Blvd., Suite 1A
Fort Myers, FL 33919
Opting out of AccuData’s marketing campaigns and/or having your consumer information deleted from the company’s databases is a superb decision. How do you feel knowing that AccuData can no longer sell your data to the power-hungry businesses feeding on consumer data for profits? You’ll feel great of course, and even better knowing that you are one of many Americans exercising their privacy data rights against big businesses and corporations.