How to Opt-Out, Delete, Or Make Privacy Requests From NeighborWho?
Updated: September 27th, 2022
NeighborWho is a company that helps people find information about properties and property owners. However, they do not provide private investigator services or consumer reports and are not a consumer reporting agency. They aggregate public records to compile in-depth reports on properties and people, which may include more information than you find on other sites like Zillow or Trulia.
You can use NeighborWho to find out how long someone has owned property, whether there have been any liens or foreclosures filed against it, the property's value, and much more. You can also use NeighborWho to look up people. Entering a name will bring up a list of results with basic information about each person, including their age, address, and known relatives.
You can then purchase an in-depth report on the person that includes information like criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce records, and more. If you're looking for information on your neighbors or properties in your neighborhood, NeighborWho is a great resource. You can explore available details on public records of people living nearby.
This wealth of information can be beneficial if you're considering buying a new home or need to know more about the people who live near you.
Type Of Consumer Data Collected
NeighbotWho collects a variety of consumer data, including:
Identifiers include name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, email address, account name, and Social Security number
Commercial information, including records of personal property
Internet activity information, including browsing history, search history, and information regarding a consumer's interaction with an internet website, application, or advertisement
Professional or employment-related information
Data is drawn from any information identified to create a profile reflecting the consumer's preferences, behavior, attitudes, psychological trends, characteristics, predispositions, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.
How Is Consumer Data Collected?
NeighborWho collects consumer data through a variety of methods, including:
Direct interactions with consumers, such as when a consumer purchases a report or uses the NeighborWho website.
Indirect interactions with consumers, such as when a consumer visits the NeighborWho website or views an advertisement.
Data is collected from other sources, such as public records or brokers.
How Is Consumer Data Used?
NeighborWho uses consumer data for a variety of purposes, including:
To provide consumers with information about properties and property owners
To compile in-depth reports on properties and people
To look up people and find information about them
To generate leads for businesses
To create marketing profiles of consumers
To conduct market research.
Does NeighborWho Sell Consumer Data?
No, NeighborWho takes consumer privacy seriously and does not sell data. Additionally, they have the following measures to secure consumer data:
Implement physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to protect consumer data from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure.
Restricting access to consumer data to employees, contractors, and agents who need access to the data to perform their job duties.
Requiring third-party service providers with consumer data access to sign confidentiality agreements.
The Rights Given Under CCPA, FCRA, GDPR, And DPA
The CCPA, FCRA, GDPR, and DPA all grant certain rights to consumers concerning their data. Consumers have the following rights concerning their data:
The right to know what personal data is being collected about them.
The right to know why the personal information is being collected and how it will be used.
The right to know who will have access to their data.
The right to revoke their consent for collecting, using, or disclosing their data.
The right to request that their data be deleted.
The right to request that the collection, use, or disclosure of their data be restricted.
The right to file a complaint with the appropriate supervisory authority if they believe their rights have been violated.
How To Request Deletion Of Your Data?
If you would like to request deletion of your data, don't hesitate to contact NeighborWho; please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, and fill out their online request form. Alternatively, you can also contact them at 1-866-202-7417, at privacy@NeighborWho.com, or at:
MSC – 175605
P.O. Box 105168
Atlanta, GA 30348-5168
Please note that NeighborWho may retain specific data for legal or business purposes even after a consumer requests deletion. Also, do not forget to include a subject line stating your request and provide identity proof so that NeighborWho can verify your identity.