Our offline life is now closely intertwined with our online life. Unfortunately, this didn’t make us safer. We reached out to OneRep customers to ask why they sought help from an online privacy company. Some of the personal stories they shared have literally shocked us. With the permission of our customers, we decided to share their stories with you. For security reasons, all names and locations mentioned have been changed. Continue reading "OneRep users share their personal experiences with our service"
You have many choices when selecting a service to secure your online privacy. To help you make an informed decision, we continue our in-depth analysis of competing services to see how they measure up against OneRep.com. So without further ado, let’s begin our OneRep vs. DeleteMe comparison. Continue reading "OneRep Review: OneRep VS. DeleteMe"
Selecting the right service to maintain your online privacy is no small thing. In our ongoing effort to help you make an informed decision, we offer a comparison between OneRep and Safe Shepherd. Continue reading "OneRep Review: OneRep VS. Safe Shepherd"
You have many choices when selecting a service to secure your online privacy. To help you make an informed decision, we continue our in-depth analysis of competing services to see how they measure up against OneRep.com. So without further ado, let’s begin our OneRep vs. PrivacyDuck comparison. Continue reading "OneRep Review: OneRep VS. PrivacyDuck"
We continue analyzing how OneRep differs from other competing services. Today's article will tell you more about Reputation Defender. The evidence collected will show you that even the pioneer in the online security industry has to improve a lot in order to stay afloat.Continue reading "OneRep Review: OneRep VS. ReputationDefender"
OneRep privacy company is pleased to announce the launch of a Family plan that provides all the benefits of instant, on-demand scan for up to 6 people under one billing account for $27.95/mo or $12.50/mo for annual subscription.
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TMI stands for too much information. Indeed. We post, share and volunteer far too many personal details, making it easy to find information about literally anyone on planet Earth with just a few clicks. Hence why OneRep believes it's important educate you about a major player in data broker industry and its opting out process. Please meet - Radaris. Continue reading "Why you should opt out of Radaris"
According to a survey, 56% of internet users have Googled their own name to see what information is listed about them online. Other statistics show that 8 in 10 employers Google new applicants before they’re hired. Potential suitors are also likely to look you up before a date, while 71% of Americans use search engines to find information about someone they’re currently in a relationship with, or are considering being in a relationship with, all in an effort to feel safer.
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