Follow our NeighborWho opt out guide to remove yourself from this site.
NeighborWho is a data broker site that posts personal information about property owners online. This information can include your contact details (phone numbers, email addresses, home addresses with “last seen” date, known aliases, etc.), social media profiles, photos, information on your relatives and professional connections, career history, and more.
NeighborWho shares its database with BeenVerified, so removing yourself from BeenVerified will also remove you from NeighborWho. Removing yourself from NeighborWho requires you to fill out an Opt-Out form. Your listing should be removed within 72 hours.
DeleteMe’s NeighborWho Opt-Out Review
Removing yourself from NeighborWho requires you to fill out an opt-out form. After that, your request should be processed within 72 hours.
Neighbor Who Opt Out Walkthrough
Opt out from NeighborWho in five easy steps.
1. Search for your profile on the BeenVerified website
You will receive a final confirmation email that your Been Verified opt-out has been successful.
Congratulations, you’ve now successfully completed a NeighborWho opt-out!
But to continue protecting your privacy, it’s highly recommended that you remove yourself from other data broker databases as well.
Who Else Is Selling Your Info?
You’ve completed your NeighborWho opt out, but NeighborWho (and BeenVerified) is not the only data broker selling your personal information online (learn more about data brokers in our comprehensive data broker guide).
Follow our data broker opt-out guide to see what other data brokers and people search sites you may need to remove your data from. Some of our most popular guides include:
Alternatively, subscribe to DeleteMe to get your personal information removed from these and other data broker sites for you.
NeighborWho Opt Outs FAQs
Here are some common questions that people have about NeighborWho.
What is NeighborWho?
NeighborWho is a data broker site that provides information about property owners. Users can search for information based on an address or owner’s name.
NeighborWho reports include data like:
Property owner’s full name
Any known aliases
Current address (with a map and an in-depth property report)
Current and historical real estate assets
Social media profiles
Users can also choose to be notified whenever there are updates or changes in a property owner’s report, for example, when they create a new social media account or move.
Learn more about data brokers, including where they get their information and who they sell it to, in our in-depth data broker guide.
Is NeighborWho legit?
NeighborWho is legit in that it gives you access to property owners’ personal information. However, the accuracy of data within reports can vary. Although some information may be correct, other data may be inaccurate or outdated.
Does NeighborWho cost money?
Yes, NeighborWho costs money. The site has two pricing plans:
1-month membership for $26.89 per month.
3-month membership for $17.48 per month.
Both options let you run 100 reports per month. Membership renews automatically every month.
What’s the difference between NeighborWho and BeenVerified?
BeenVerified owns NeighborWho. As a result, to remove yourself from NeighborWho, you will need to opt out from BeenVerified. Opting out from BeenVerified will remove your personal information from both BeenVerified and NeighborWho.
Is NeighborWho legal?
Although it may seem surprising, the fact that NeighborWho is selling your personal information is completely legal. This is because NeighborWho and other data broker sites get most of their information from public records, so they’re not breaking the law. That said, due to laws like the Fair Credit Reporting Act, NeighborWho information can’t be used for certain purposes, like tenant and employment screening.
Will NeighborWho relist my information after I opt out?
More than likely. Data brokers, including NeighborWho, tend to relist information as soon as they collect more of it. You must opt-out continuously to keep your data off these sites. Alternatively, you can subscribe to a data broker removal service like DeleteMe.
Julianne joined Abine in 2018 after studying international justice at Leiden University. She is a dedicated privacy advocate and an opt-out expert. When she’s not fighting data brokers, she enjoys unplugging with a cup of coffee and her cat.