At PublicRecordsNOW you don't need to be a member to run a search! You will only register your information and create a PublicRecordsNOW account once you complete a purchase.
Yes. Employing cookies is necessary for PublicRecordsNOW to complete any transaction. Cookies allow us to store your user-ID during your visit to keep track of reports you have ordered or any updates to those reports so that we can better assist your needs. Cookies can also help us detect potential fraud or misuse of our system.
No. For your protection, the PublicRecordsNOW system restricts access to a single user. When your search pass expires, you are given the option to renew it, which automatically charges your credit card. We want to prevent anyone else from making any unwanted charges on your credit card, so we restrict one user per account. Please do your part and protect your user name and password.
No problem! We will email your user name and password to you. Click here and follow the instructions to have your user name and password emailed to the address we have on file for your account.
Remember, your password and user name are NOT case sensitive. If you are receiving an error message stating the system cannot authenticate you, please click here to retrieve your user name and password.
When your Search Pass expires you will be prompted to renew when you log into your account. If your search pass expires while you are logged in then you can click on the renew link in the header or the footer of any page.
Our web site allows you to change your password at any time. You must first login to your account to access your account information page where you can change your password.
PublicRecordsNOW allows you to change your personal information at any time. You must first login to your account and then go to your account information page where you can change your personal information.
Upon request, we will remove your personal information from our customer information database. If you decide to use our product in the future, you will be required to re-register and provide us with your information again. To cancel your account, please contact Customer Care and include your user name and the e-mail address associated with your account.
No. We currently only accept credit cards.
Currently our web site only accepts credit cards from within the United States. When accepting credit cards, address verification is used for fraud detection. As of right now, our address verification database covers the United States only.
The PublicRecordsNOW databases are extracted from public records compiled from existing databases all over the United States. We do not actually create the records; we simply give you the ability to search them.
Our web site gives you the ability to purchase a search pass that allows you to run an unlimited number of basic searches for a certain period of time. When you create this search pass, you are billed for unlimited access to the databases, not for individual searches. Your paid search pass price excludes Advance Background Reports. If you order an Advance Background Report and we are not able to complete the report, you are not charged for that single report.
We are not able to offer refunds, but we value your business and want to ensure your complete satisfaction. If the report you ordered did not contain any results, we may provide you with another search at no additional cost. Please contact our Customer Care Team within 15 days of the original purchase for assistance.
PublicRecordsNOW provides the service of performing a search on your behalf. We pay fees to access various databases to find the information you requested, and are therefore not able to offer refunds for single searches. You may cancel a Membership at any time, and the service will be canceled at the end of the current billing cycle. Fees that are charged while a Membership is active are not refundable.
You are billed only when you register, upgrade, renew, or run an Advanced Background Report. Our web site does not bill on a recurring monthly basis.
A charge from us will appear on your credit card billing statement as "ONLINE PEOPLE SEARCH".
A secure server is a system that uses methods of encrypting the data passed between your computer and ours. It prevents your credit card and personal user information from being intercepted and abused by unauthorized entities on the internet.
PublicRecordsNOW only collects personally identifiable information with your consent. By registering with our web site, you will be asked for your name, address, and similar information.
No. Our web site requires personal information for billing purposes only. In order to complete your registration with us, you will be required to provide payment information, which includes your credit card number and expiration date. This information will only be used to complete a transaction and will never be added to our public records databases.
PublicRecordsNOW values your privacy and, upon request, can block your records from being shown in many, but not all, of our search results. To do so please click the link below:
Currently our web site offers name and address records, phone records, marriage records, divorce records, death 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 records sources.
Our public records databases contain over 10 billion records from a wide variety of public record sources. There are many different 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 separate databases.
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.
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 Backround Report searches over 10 billion records and automatically cross references the results to return a single easy-to-read document.
Our database contains over 10 billion records. When you consider there are approximately 290 million people in the United States, this means there are about 34 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 1980's, which equates to a nearly 30-year address history for some individuals. When you receive your results, be aware that you may receive more than one historical record for your individual.
We provide records dating back from the early 1980's 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.
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 that will run searches for you.
Social security numbers are considered "personal identifiers" and are not contained in our database results or query screens (excluding death searches).
PublicRecordsNOW is great tool for locating lost friends and classmates but does not give our users the ability to directly contact individuals listed in the database. We encourage you to contact an individual found in the database by using standard mail or a phone number, both of which we can provide.
Finding a woman using only her 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 her married name. Once you find her 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.
Our database does not currently contain e-mail addresses.