City: Santa Barbara
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FindTheCompany.com

I contacted DunnadnBradstreet and confirmed that they let out that information to FindTheComapny.com and everyone else for that matter. They are the source. So I had them delete it from their database Contact DBCC Customer Service and ask them to make any updates or changes. The changes should be posted within 24 - 48 hours. ...

FindTheCompany.com

I found my company information with sales revenue numbers which is not for public knowledge. I called the number from the previous post and they said an investigator would call me in 2 days to remove what it is I want removed. I find it intrusive and scary that this info has been posted without my knowledge or approval. D&B ...

FindTheCompany.com And Dun And Bradstreet

Today I googled myself to stumble upon the most disturbing thing ever. My address open for everyone to see along with my credit report for sale! Ive never been so bothered by a single thing in my life. I also discovered i am by no means the only one that this is happening too i am just one needle in a huge haystack. There are ...

FindTheCompany.com

Findthecompany.com has published my home address where I raise superior and champion line shih tzus that I offer for sale. People show up at my home - I am 'not open for business' and sell my babies by appointment only; after families have been screened. I have emailed them about taking my home address off - they are violating ...

FindTheCompany.com

I typed in "unlimited" in the monetray damages because I don't know what the damages are. Since it made me take a dollar amount, I typed in $1,000, 000 because most class actions are over $1,000, 000. My complaint: I requested to be taken off findthecompany.com site. I received an email reply stating to contact D&B which ...

FindtheCompany

About Oct of 2012 I Googled my name. I found I had a webpage posted about me on FindtheCompany. It said I had a business, but I don't. It displayed my cell phone number and my address. It says my (imaginary) company brings in over $120,000.00 per year (estimated data), and 0-10 employees (estimated data). They sell financial ...