About CPR protection

by Pawan Ranabhat
(Copenhagen, Denmark)

Hi there!

My name/address in CPR is protected so how can I unprotected it online. I thought that making it protected could be beneficial but it is really making trouble for me. I would be thankful to get information from you.
Regard
Pawan

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CPR Protection
by: Charlie

Hi Pawan,
CPR protection is only valid for one year, so depending on when you applied for protection it may run out soon. If you want to cancel it you have to do it digitally through www.borger.dk and request it be cancelled. You can also go to your local kommune with your NEM ID card and they can walk you through the process.

Hope that helps.

Charlie

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