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An Advanced Background Report is a single comprehensive report that can be run on virtually any individual found in our database. When you run a name, address, or phone search, click one of the returned names to view the details for that person. An Advanced Background Report search over 10 billion records and automatically cross references the results to create a single easy-to-read document.
Our records come from databases that are compiled by various public offices and agencies with the intent and purpose of being made available for the public.
Our web site offers name and address records, phone records, marriage records, divorce records, real property records, bankruptcy/tax lien/civil judgment records, and criminal records. If we do not have what you are looking for, please check back in the future because we are constantly updating our data and adding new public record sources.
Our public records databases contain over 10 billion records from a wide variety of public record sources. There are multiple ways our databases can be searched. Search criteria can include:
We encourage you to experiment by running multiple searches with different combinations of search criteria. The records in our database come from many public record sources and an individual's name could be spelled differently in seperate databases.
PublicRecordsNOW is the most powerful, automated, self-service, public record retrieval system on the web. Our system is self-serve, and we don't currently have support staff available to run searches for you.
We provide records dating back from the early 1980s to the present. The database contains long address histories on some individuals, which may be why an old address is showing up in your search results. Your current address is most likely in the database, but not being returned in your result set.
Our database contains over 10 billion records. When you consider there are approximately 330 million people in the United States, this means there are about 30 records for every person. Records are never deleted from our database and are continually added. Every time an individual moves and a new address is reported, it is added to the database. The old address remains in the database as well. We have records dating back to the early 1980s which equates to over 40 years of address history for some individuals. When you receive your results, be away that you may receive more than one historical record for your individual.
Social Security numbers are considered "personal identifiers" and are not contained in our database results or query screens (excluding death searches).
We de not currently offer the ability to search by e-mail address.
Finding someone by using only their maiden name can be difficult. We recommend performing a name search using her maiden name to uncover her previous addresses. Performing an address search on each previous address will generate a list of individuals who have resided at the addresses over the years. This list may include your search subject with a married name. Once you find a married name, perform a name search using that name to uncover her most current address. Another alternative is to run a comprehensive background check after locating your subject in our database by clicking on a name in the results.
PublicRecordsNOW is a great tool for locating lost friends and classmates, but it does not give our users the ability to directly contact individuals listed in the database. We encourage you to contact an individual fround in the database by using standard mail or a phone number, both of which we can provide.