Home Facts Website Removes Registrants Upon Request

The Home Facts website is removing from its websites the profiles of registrants upon request provided that the registrant is no longer required to register.  The website recently removed 25 individuals formerly required to register in California after their attorney requested removal in a letter sent to the law firm that represents them.  The name of the law firm is Lowthrop, Richards, McMillan & Templeman and the law firm address is 300 E. Esplanade Drive, Oxnard, CA 93036.

“It is helpful to send the law firm a copy of the court order granting removal from the registry,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.  “When I submitted my request, the law firm responded in about a week and the information regarding the individuals formerly required to register was removed from the website only a few days later.”

The Home Facts website is owned by the corporation, Nations Info, and the name of its CEO is David Teng.  Requests sent directly to the CEO were not answered.  The Home Facts website, which is privately owned, currently lists by name and home address hundreds of thousands of individuals required to register.

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Home facts is another internet enterprise. Another database driven firm. I’ve not been to their website, which isn’t the entirety of their database btw. I do not go there because this only increases the firms traffic. By ACSOL sharing the piece Home facts benefits collaterally….just saying. Like the rest of DDFs they measure their clicks( connections). A simple measure of “productivity.” Home facts is tied, I think, to the Real estate industry. Good old fashioned property. Owning property is nice but necessarily requires maintenance. Databases are property and the necessarily need maintenance too, but should slaves maintain the machine? Registrants complaining to courts should focus on the notions surrounding the 13th Amendment. Involuntary servitude is not a new human disposition!

Thank you Janice

Last edited 3 months ago by Eugene V. Debs

Now, those bastards, need to go. That’s the epitome of fascism there because it perfectly exemplifies a merger of state and corporate power. To hell with them.

Why not just sue Home Facts for defamation? If they’re that adamant of acquiring your information to put on their website, then they should also be adamant on having correct information to update their website. Once the DOJ takes you off the registry and Home Facts or any other entity cites that you’re still on the registry, then why not file a defamation lawsuit day 1 you are off the DOJ registry?

Home Facts will have to dedicate more employees to do constant searches for updates or potentially lose millions. This could be a way to shut down third party dissemination. This third party dissemination should be part of any registration lawsuit going up to SCOTUS. The registry is supposed to only stay with the registration agency.

I suggest those whom are off the State’s shame list to visit their site and if your name appears there is a report button that allows you to informed them “not the state registry”. That is what I did.

Thank god they have refused to take mine down. I have tried a dozen times

Has anyone gone to the considerable trouble to compile a list of all such “database-driven” websites that are used to monster us? Tim, surely, this should be right up your alley. I think that this could warrant a dedicated tab or page on this site to enable us to get off of them or at least to see what they’re saying about us.

What happens if you can’t afford a lawyer? should be a way to get your name off it for free. If anybody finds away, please let us all know.

I emailed them and any other site that I was listed on as soon as I got off.even got google to take my pictures down out of their search engine(many emails and many months on Google the rest was fairly simple) there is a site that does claim to get your name off all these sites, but it was a hefty price like 500+ I think, I don’t know how legit it is though

I’ve sent my letter requesting removal and a copy of my CA DOJ letter of termination. We’ll see what happens.

Following up. It appears they have now removed me. Thanks for the info on how to contact their lawyers.

Thank you so much Janice, you are a God send. You have our backs and we are all grateful, your advise on this Home facts worked , you are our angel 😇