However, the Radaris site does give you the ability to remove collected information from its pages. You can either delete specific records - to make a profile more accurate - or remove an entire profile page from view.
To remove information from Radaris, please follow these instructions or watch our video demonstrations:
- Search for a name.
- On the search results page, select the name that is most appropriate.
- On the profile page, click the down-arrow to the right of the name and select "Control Information".
- From the information control page, choose "Remove information".
- Here you can choose to remove all information, or to delete specific records.
- Confirm your real name matches your account and profile name.
- Enter your cellular phone to receive a verification code.
- Once the code has been entered, the profile will be private.
- Enter your name, email, a reason for the deletion request, and the captcha code.
- Submit the request to receive an email with your confirmation link.
- You must click the link in this email to complete the request.
- Once you click, the request will be completed within 48 hours.
- You will be notified by email again when the records have been deleted.
Video: "How to Remove a Profile"
Video: "How to Delete Specific Records"
Once your control has been established, press Ctrl+F5 to completely refresh your browser's page view.
If you need information removed from one of our affiliate websites, including Trustoria, PhoneOwner, HomeMetry, or Rehold, you must first verify your identity at Radaris.com/Login, and be sure you have sent us the URL and/or screenshot of what you need removed, in order for us to assist you further. Please note business listings on Radaris and our affiliate websites are unable to be removed.
Updating or correcting any incorrect or old information is not possible as Radaris is an index of information from other public sources. The data cannot be edited, added to, or otherwise manually changed - only removed.
Please remember, with billions of publicly accessible external sources and records updated monthly, we cannot control all of the information that is updated each day. This is why we give you tools and instructions to control the public records visible on Radaris.
We recommend using our free Radar people monitoring service to find new information and send you an email whenever a public update appears anywhere on the web.
If you are a statutory-protected individual, law enforcement officer (LEO), judge, district attorney (D.A.), government official, or other category with a court order (witness protection, victim relocation), instructions can be found on our Police Removal Policy page.