Data Facts is a consumer reporting agency located in the state of Tennessee. They prepare consumer reports to clients searching for background information on businesses, potential candidates for employment, and potential tenants. Data Facts’ reports include criminal background checks, verification of accreditation, motor vehicle records checks, and much more. The company also offers drug screening and testing services in promotion of a healthy workplace, along with continuous monitoring of the business, employee or tenant. Data Facts works along with a number of partners including cityCURRENT, eSCREEN, PBSA, US Tax Works 2.0 and Walton Management Services. Click on the link below to view the full list of Partners and Affiliates.
Data Facts and Your Personal Information
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” link found on the website’s Footer (the bottom section of the webpage) as shown in the image below.
Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act
”) and laws such as the
California Consumer Privacy Act
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. Nonetheless, they allow Californian residents to exercise their Data Privacy Rights under the
. Unfortunately, the document provides very little instructions for persons looking to have their Personal Information deleted and little control is granted to the average American consumer over their Information.
Data Facts is a company operating with huge quantities of data in order to prepare consumer reports. Such companies are useful to corporations to whom data is a valued currency. Likewise, there’s an increase in companies becoming involved in the sale of data for financial gains. Nonetheless, with existing Data Privacy laws, you can make a request to prohibit Data Facts from selling your Personal Information and even delete that Information from their databases. You have the Right – now it’s time to exercise it.
Opting Out and Deleting Your Personal Information
Data Facts hasn’t provided much for consumers wishing to opt out of their data-selling campaigns or to have their Personal Information deleted from the company’s databases.
Send an email requesting to stop the sale of your Personal Information or request to have your Information deleted. The email addresses to send the request is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exercising your Data Privacy Rights by requesting the deletion of your Personal Information from the databases of companies certainly helps to protect your privacy and reduce your digital footprint. In addition, there’s a reduced risk of your Information being exposed during terrifying hacks and data leaks.