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A. Much of the information contained in our reports is derived from publicly
available records. Our advantage is the connections we maintain to the most
comprehensive nationwide indexing of records and developed information
resources, such as private database companies whose cross-referenced multiple
data sources are not directly accessible by the general public.
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Q: How soon will I receive my Report?
A. Almost always the same day. County Criminal History searches and County Civil
searches take a few days, as these are often hand searches of paper records.
Q: Will my "subject" ever find out?
A. No. All correspondence and database search inquiries are strictly
confidential. We will not contact anyone but you.
Q. Can you find out where a person works and how much money he or she
A. Employment records are considered private, not public records, and not made
part of the databases to which we subscribe. One way to determine where a person
works is to hire a Professional Investigator, who will get up early, go park
down the street from where your subject lives, and follow him or her to work.
Q. I already have a good deal of the information, such as addresses
present and past, phone numbers, relatives. Is this helpful?
A. Yes, it's good. You'll be able to match up data from several sources. Nothing
like cross-referencing input data to prove or disprove the facts!
Q. I am most interested in the marriage and divorce info. What input
information will I need to conduct these searches?
A. For marriage or divorce records, most states require full names of both
parties, plus when and where the event or events took place. We compile the
Profile Report first to pin down possible locations of marriages or divorces.
Also, we list addresses where your subject has lived, and we list the people who
have lived at those addresses. Evidence of a "relationship" - or the absence of
one - has many times been established through address history matching.
Q. Why should I choose your service?
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Q. I am also interested in property owned. What databases do you search?
A. We search both the national property databases AND county deed and assessor
property records, by subject's names and by addresses furnished or discovered.
Q. What about criminal history records?
A. We include the national Department of Corrections (DOC) searches (47 state's
DOC's reporting), in all our background investigation Reports. These searches
return a list of felons with same name and same Year of Birth as subject. We
also run state-wide criminal courts searches and county criminal searches. Many
states, counties and jurisdictions return arrest records and misdemeanors. Some
records go back thirty years.
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