How to Opt-Out, Delete, Or Make Privacy Requests From Radaris?
Updated: September 19th, 2022
Radaris is a comprehensive public records search engine. The company offers one-time reports, subscriptions, and monitoring services to keep users updated on changes to their profiles. Users can access Radaris through the website or mobile app. Monitoring services are also available to keep users updated on changes to their profiles.
The Radaris background check API enables developers to integrate the company's database into their applications. This allows developers to create custom solutions for their users, including public records searches.
Radaris offers a wide range of public records, including:
Personal information (name, age, address, etc.)
Property records (ownership history, value, taxes, etc.)
Business records (registration, licenses, permits, etc.)
Professional records (education, experience, credentials, etc.)
Radaris' high-volume semantic analyses provide unparalleled insight into the most current information across a limitless amount of people, properties, businesses, professionals, and mentions.
Radaris has a team of professionals that gather, analyze and update information from various public sources. They have direct relationships with many of these data providers, allowing them to offer the freshest, most accurate information.
Whether you need to find someone, run a background check, verify credentials or uncover property ownership history, Radaris has the data you need. They offer flexible search options and comprehensive reports, ensuring you get the most precise and up-to-date information possible.
The company also offers a free online profile and premium report service to help users conduct background checks, find old friends, monitor their web presence, and more.
Type Of Consumer Data Collected
Radaris collects a variety of consumer data, including:
Identifiers including the real name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, Social Security number, driver's license number, or other similar identifiers.
Commercial information such as records of products or services purchased by the consumer, obtained by the consumer, and considered by the consumer.
Biometric information including measurements of consumer physical characteristics, such as a faceprint, voiceprint, or fingerprints.
Internet or other similar network activity, such as browsing history.
Professional or employment-related information.
How Is Consumer Data Collected?
Radaris collects data from a variety of sources, including:
Directly from consumers through the Radaris website or mobile app.
From public records and data providers.
Through cookies, pixel tags, web beacons, and other similar technologies.
From third-party sources, such as advertising networks.
How Is Consumer Data Used?
Radaris uses consumer data for a variety of purposes, including:
To provide products and services, such as background checks, public records searches, monitoring services, and more.
To customize the content and advertisements served to users on the Radaris website and mobile app.
To measure the performance of marketing campaigns and analyze how users interact with the Radaris website and mobile app.
To comply with legal obligations.
For other business purposes permitted by law.
Radaris takes data security seriously and has implemented several measures to protect user information from unauthorized access, disclosure, or misuse. However, no data security measures are 100% effective, and Radaris cannot guarantee the security of user information.
The Rights Given Under CCPA, FCRA, GDPR, And DPA
Radaris takes data privacy and security seriously and is committed to complying with all applicable laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the UK Data Protection Act (DPA).
Under these laws, consumers have certain rights concerning their personal data, including the right to:
Access their data.
Rectify inaccurate or incomplete personal data.
Delete their data.
Object to the processing of their data.
Restrict the processing of their data.
Receive their data in a portable format.
How To Request Deletion Of Your Data?
Radaris offers an opt-out option for users who do not want their data collected or used for certain purposes, such as targeted advertising. To exercise any of these rights, contact Radaris at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit here. You can also call them at (855) 723-2747
Do not forget to include the following in your request:
Your name, email address, and mailing address.
A description of the specific information you would like removed.
Your Radaris username (if you have one).
Proof of your identity.
Radaris will respond to all requests within 45 days. Please note that Radaris may keep some of your data even if you request deletion, such as data necessary to comply with legal obligations or for other business purposes permitted by law.