Your seller also has ultimate control to not syndicate - period - on the listing contract. They can opt out.
The last option is to get a Trulia pro account and claim your listing.
I hope that helps!
You have LOST ALL CONTROL of the homes data, where it will appear and for what purpose.
This data, with all it's errors and faults will live forever on the internet.
If calamity should visit the owner or future buyer, and you have not clearly disclosed the hazard and peril created by syndication to non-professional websites, you, your broker, franchise, buyer agent, buyer broker and buyer franchise will hopefully be held financially accountable.
It was your choice and.or the policy of your broker that created this situation. You have better choices.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Palm Harbor, FL
Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine
Certified Distressed Property Expert, CDPE
RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
1320 Hwy 395
Gardnerville, NV 89410
The issue may lie on choosing "OK to advertise" when the listing in entered to MLS. If another agent posts the listing on the site that Trulia feeds from, you have a problem.