It's never been cheaper and easier to obtain publicly available information about acquaintances, celebrities, family members, next-door-neighbors or business partners you can’t fully trust.
It is a common misconception that public records only include government documents. This, of course, is wrong as public records include all types of documents that local municipalities and private entities collect. SeekVerify's Deep Search goes way beyond the capabilities of Google's algorithms by combing through billions of social media, telephone, and e-mail records.
"Another parent volunteered to drive my twin sons home from Hockey practice, but I had a gut feeling about the guy. I looked him up on SeekVerify and was very surprised by the things I discovered."
SeekVerify’s public record database provides you with relevant reports pertaining a person's criminal record such as sex offender locations, gun ownership, or otherwise worrisome biographical information. Here's a shortened list of critical data points available through SeekVerify's Deep Search:
It used to take days and sometimes weeks to visit courthouses where you'd get charged to access public records. Nowadays all that can be done with a simple and inexpensive online search.
Be aware that some people are probably searching for information about YOU. For that reason alone it's necessary to run periodical searches on yourself in order to expose what potentially harmful knowledge others can dig up. There's a good chance that certain individuals won't stop at what you offer up voluntarily on Facebook and Twitter. Don't get caught with your pants down, literally and figuratively. During your next application or interview, how about avoiding questions like “Why have you moved ten times in the last decade?” and "Can you explain that photo you took in Cancun during Spring Break?".
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