Their company uses hacking techniques to find your phone number, address, age and similar sounding names from sources which are not public.If they cannot find enough info about you for their click bait site, they simply make the rest up out of thin air.
They claim to have an opt out but, of course, it doesn't work. That is for a reason. If you contact them, they will use the "public record" defense that anything they decide to put online suddenly becomes public record, even if the government does not publish it. When you call, ask to speak to Emily, the white trash that loves to fight customers and then disconnect the call as soon as she is done berating you for asking to have your information removed.
Their company feels they have nothing to lose, so they keep her onboard and continue displaying private and false information at a profit.
As you can tell, they do not respond to criticism.The only way to stop them is to file a complaint with the California Attorney General's Office at https://oag.ca.gov/contact/consumer-complaint-against-business-or-company since peoplefinders is based there.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.