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How To Remove Information From Ancestry.com

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How To Remove Information From Ancestry.com

What is Ancestry.com?

A genealogy website called ncestry.com publishes private data online. You must complete Ancestry’s online opt-out procedure and email Ancestry to confirm your request before you may unsubscribe. Your account will be promptly terminated.
These screenshots were taken straight from Ancestry.com’s ‘Deleting Your Ancestry Account’ page.

Here’s how to do Ancestry removal tasks by hand: DeleteMyInfo’s Ancestry Opt Out Steps

How To Remove Yourself From Ancestry.com

1. Enter your email address and password to access your ancestry account
at Ancestry.com page.

Ancestry.com opt out

2. The subscriptions that will be deleted along with your account will be listed. Verify the box.

Ancestry.com opt out

3. The tree(s) that will be deleted along with your account will be listed. Verify the box.

Ancestry.com opt out

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4. The deletion of your DNA test results will then be confirmed. Click "Next step" after checking the boxes.

Ancestry.com opt out

5. Click "Next step" in the pop-up box after that. By checking this box, you agree to have your account deleted. All of your personal information will be destroyed within 30 days of this and you won't be able to access your account or undo the deletion after that. Keep the box open because you will need to input a verification code from your email before doing so.

Ancestry.com opt out

6. You will find an email with a verification code when you open your email in a new tab. It's advisable to move through with the process straight away because the code expires in eight hours. Copied the code.

Ancestry.com opt out

7. Enter the verification code in the box there, then select "Delete account."

Ancestry.com opt out

8. A final email confirming the cancellation of your account will be sent to you. You can just remove your DNA results without also deleting your account if you want to maintain it. Instead of entering your actual personal information, we advise using fictitious information to remain anonymous. Additionally, make sure that none of your information is shared with a family tree and is kept private.

What to do after the Ancestry.com Opt Out request?

Your worries are still present, unfortunately. There are still many other websites that
perform the same function and more are being developed every day.
You have more work to do if this worries you and you want to keep your information private. Fortunately, DeleteMyInfo.com have a solution that significantly simplifies the procedure.

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