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Here is an overview of some of the searches we conduct and the information that may be obtained from them:
SOCIAL SECURITY TRACE AND VERIFICATION
This is the first step in identifying false information provided on a job application. From these searches we verify that the social security number was actually assigned to the Subject, the state of issuance, as well as other names the Subject has used and a complete address history.
Once we have established the counties that a Subject has resided in, we can then conduct a seven-year criminal history search using their name and date of birth. We search for all felonies and misdemeanors in each county of residence. Civil searches can include such information as restraining orders, personal injury lawsuits, divorces,
WORKER'S COMPENSATION FILINGS
By searching for a Subject's worker's compensation filings, we can reveal the litigious nature of an individual.
FEDERAL CRIMINAL/CIVIL SEARCHES
Federal courts have jurisdiction over federal offenses and offenses that cover more than one state, such as drug smuggling, customs violations, interstate firearms violations,
CONSUMER CREDIT HISTORY
Credit histories can help determine the truthfulness of an applicant, as well as provide information on bankruptcies, liens and judgments against them.
Verification of education/license information is important to some employers who require a specific level of education/degree or license.
Driver's histories can provide several useful pieces of information. It first can provide a description of the person, in the case of someone using improper identification. It can also provide information on criminal matters outside of the applicant's county of residence(s) such as DUI's.
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