Tuesday, December 20, 2005

How Do I Investigate Someone Online?

There are many investigative searches you can do online, without
having to be a professional P.I.

Why do searches produce varying results?

Keep in mind that your search is for public information. Each
individual state defines "public information" very differently. Some
states consider marriage licenses and birth certificates public
information, but require a fee to be paid to access these records and
only the individual, the individual's spouse or the individual's
parents are eligible to obtain these records. Other states provide
this information for free. Some states have yet to place their
state's information on the Internet, but more are everyday. Running
your searches again each week to see if new information has been
collected may later yield successful results.

Are there limits to what information I can find?

As long as the information is public you can obtain the information.
You legally cannot access sealed court documents, or ongoing law
enforcement investigations or bank account records. As more and more
information becomes public, our software will allow you to access the
updated information.

You can perform limited people searches at:





One investigative software tool that I personally use myself and
highly recommend for doing people searches is Net Detective.
Featuring an exclusive database of over 220 Million Americans, Net
is in fact, used by hundreds of law enforcement agencies and
private investigators all across the country. With this newest and
latest version you will be able to explore those dark, hidden corners
of the Internet that most surfers never find.

Editor PeopleSearch Tools

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