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December 5, 2023 is a website where you can find all area-code-related information within the North American Numbering Plan. 

The website also has a reverse phone lookup function that lets you look up the people behind phone numbers. If AllAreaCodes cannot find the information you’re looking for through its white pages listings, it includes an ad for another data broker where you can pay to get a person’s data, like their name and address. 

While reverse phone lookups can help you figure out if the number calling you is a scam, they can also be used by bad actors to dox you, harass you, steal your identity, and commit other crimes. 

As such, we recommend that you opt out of AllAreaCodes and other data broker sites.

DeleteMe’s Opt-Out Review

To remove yourself from AllAreaCodes, you have to fill out an online opt-out form. After that, your information should be removed within a week. 

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AllAreaCodes Listing Removal Walkthrough 

Opt out from AllAreaCodes in five easy steps. 

1. Verify that your phone number is on

Navigate to the homepage:

Enter your phone number into the search box and click “Search.” homepage

If has your information, you will be redirected to a page with general details about the phone number entered. 

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “Remove Name” link. footer - remove my name link

3.  Enter your phone number 

You will be redirected to the removal page.  

Enter your phone number and choose how you would like to receive your verification code. Verification codes can be received either by text or call. 

Click “Submit.” removal page

4. Check your device for the verification code will send you a verification code to your phone. verification code for removal

5. Enter the verification code you received

Go back to the opt-out form and enter the verification code you received on your device. submit verification code screen

6. Receive opt-out request confirmation 

You will receive a notification from that your personal information should be removed within one week. removal request confirmation

Who Else Is Selling Your Info? is not the only data broker that sells your personal information. Other brokers do the same. Read about data brokers and why you need to remove your personal data from them in our comprehensive data broker guide

Go to our data broker opt-out guides to start removing your personal information from data brokers and people search sites. Examples of our guides include: 

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