Why your details are on our site

You've Googled yourself, (don't we all?) and found your details on 192.com

This is because 192.com publishes information already in the public domain. This could be names and addresses provided under license from the BT Directory Enquiries database, Companies House Director Reports or information from the Edited Electoral Roll. The Edited Electoral Roll is available for commercial purposes. 192.com publishes current and historical Electoral Rolls, and the relevant year is displayed on the right-hand side of our search results.

You can opt-out of the Edited Electoral Roll when you register to vote. You can also remove your details from 192.com for free by completing our C01 form. If you wish to be ex-directory please contact your telecommunications provider. 192.com does not facilitate junk mail: please contact the Telephone Preference Service and the Mail Preference Service for assistance, click here to find out more.

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