Search and remove personally doxxing content from Google and doxpin site
The term “doxing” or “doxing” is shorthand for “dropping dox” and refers to a sort of cyberattack in which private information is shared on the internet. The information can range from your phone number to your email address, social network residential address, social security, and even medical history.
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The term “doxing” or “doxxing” is shorthand for “dropping dox” and refers to a sort of cyberattack in which private information is shared on the internet. The information can range from your phone number to your email address, social network, and even your residential address.
What is doxing?
Publish private information about someone on the internet without their permission and in a way that reveals their name, where they live, etc. Doxxing (also spelled doxing) is the act of revealing someone’s personal information online.
Doxing is a form of cyberbullying that uses sensitive or secret information, statements, or records for harassment, exposure, financial harm, or other exploitation of targeted individuals. Deleteme can search, find and delete these damaging doxing.
We remove it from Google search and doxbin site.
How do you know if you have doxed?
Searching a site like Doxbin for your name is a solid strategy, but it’s neither practical nor sustainable. You can’t do it every day. Press below for a live search.
You can also ask us to search by our professional agents, which will include a more detailed enhanced search, including telegram groups and more.
What should you know if you’ve been doxed?
You can ask us to delete the information or ask our expert agents to search for you.
Being doxed can be an intensely horrific situation; Deleteme, we can help you trace all the doxxed information and then delete them.
- Search: You can search online if you are doxed;
- Select: Easily choose which data you want to delete and send us to start the process;
- Delete: Don’t gamble your data; proceed with the deletion from all the companies listing your private information;
What happens after you submit the removal request?
- You get an email update. This confirms we received the request;
- We review the request. We evaluate each request based on factors, including the criteria above. We also evaluate the content for the public interest;
- We gather more info if needed. If the request doesn’t have enough information for us to evaluate, like if URLs are missing, we’ll share specific instructions and ask you to resubmit the request;
- Suppose we find the URLs are within the scope of our policies. In that case, the URLs will either be removed for all queries or be removed only from search results in which the query includes the complainant’s name, or other provided identifiers, such as aliases;
- If the request doesn’t meet the requirements for removal, we’ll include a brief explanation. If your request is denied and you later have additional materials to support your case, you can resubmit your request.
- Delete from Google search engine only – $199
Data can be uploaded again;
- Delete from Doxbin. Removal fee only – $249
Data can be uploaded again – This includes a one-time removal fee;
- Delete from Doxbin if uploaded again – $999
The fee includes deletion if data is uploaded again. The fee is for 24 months;
- Delete from Google Search engine and Doxbin one-time fee – $415
Data can be uploaded again;
- Get an expert agent for enhanced doxing search; the cost is $199
All our services are a one-time fee with no monthly or yearly subscriptions.
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