411.com is a people search site owned by the industry giant Whitepages, providing name, email, phone number, street address, age, and other personally identifiable information.
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Removing your information from 411.com is a bit confusing. Although they have their own website that generates search results like most people search sites, they are owned by Whitepages, meaning they share the same database as Whitepages. Thus, removing your information from Whitepages should also remove your information from 411.com. You can find our Whitepages information removal guide here if you choose to do it that way.
Where it gets confusing is that 411.com has an opt out process on their website separate from Whitepages, where they ask you to pay for the removal of your information. Because of this, I recommend every remove your information from Whitepages instead of paying 411.com, but if for some reason that doesn't work here are the steps to remove your information from 411.
1. Go to the optout page on 411.com: https://411.info/manage/.
2. Input your information in the provided fields. You can choose to enter either your phone number or name, but I found that entering my name gave better results.
3. Find the record that contains your information. There may be several records containing your name, so make sure to check both the provided phone number and street address.
4. Here is where the payment process begins. Select your payment product (I recommend the cheapest offer they have), and then click "Continue to Confirmation Page".
5. Check the confirmation box, then choose your payment option by clicking on the icon of your choice.
6. Input your payment input on the checkout page, and confirm your purchase to finalize the optout process.
Once again, I recommend removing your information from Whitepages before paying 411.com for what should be the same outcome.