TruthFinder is a data broker that pulls millions of pieces of information from public records databases, and creates a downloadable, easy-to-read report.
As the largest background check website on the internet, Instant Checkmate claims to help customers find information on just about anyone at the lowest cost.
BeenVerified claims to “give people easy and affordable access to public record information” by aggregating addresses, phone numbers, criminal histories, social media profiles, and more...
Kids Live Safe claims to help keep your child safe from sexual predators by providing you with a list of offenders in your area, in addition to email alerts and other features.
SpyFly claims to allow you to quickly and easily search public records about individuals, including criminal records, contact and address information, and more.
Persopo is an online search service that claims to aggregate public records data from all 50 states into easy-to-read reports that can help you stay informed.
Intelius is an online people search company that claims to compile more than 20 billion public records annually into convenient, easy-to-read reports.
National Credit Report claims to give you access to all three of your credit reports, in addition to ID fraud protection.
PeopleSmart is an online public information aggregator that claims to provide customers with access to over 15 billion profiles in one easy to use interface.
BackgroundAlert.com is a people search company that provides access to more than 37 billion public records, and compiles them into a comprehensive report.
After scouring and aggregating billions of public records in county, state, and federal databases, CheckThem.com delivers a simple, easy-to-read report.
David Westhuis: The report was on limited use. There were inaccuracies in it and very limited information. It missed my 20 years in the military, service in combat, etc. I could have done a Google search and gotten...
Norma Sawyer: At first, you say this is free, then you find the reports and of course you want to look. Then comes filling in the credit card information and it was $3.99. When I looked at my email, it was $27.99....
Brian Gustavson: Do not waste your money. Big time scam. Cannot identify e-mail owner or even country. Lists Australia when owner is in England. Debit card get denies. They want a credit card number. Probably...
Sarah McCleskey: TruthFinder has been excellent (5 stars) in my search for relatives/ancestry as well as a source of important info on people that I questioned their integrity. The TruthFinder helpline was extremely...
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