Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 10:24 am CDT
Records in the United States have been documented for over 100 years, and they allow authorities to keep important information about US residents, such as birth records, marriage records, criminal records, contact information, past violations and much more.
Posted on Thursday, April 05, 2018 at 10:00 am CDT
Every person that has an email address is familiar with spam mails that are usually unsolicited and tend to pop up every time they open their mail. Despite clear laws in the matter, some advertisers find ways to get around the regulations and send spam mails to millions of people. The real problem is not with receiving spam mail, but with mails that contain malware and are intended to harm computers and even steal personal information.
Getting accurate information about people can be difficult, even with the prevalence of social media accounts that many people have nowadays. The details found in different social media accounts are written by the person they belong to, meaning they can falsify information and write everything they want.
Over the past few decades there have been numerous incidences where people were deceived, injured and even killed at the hands of people they thought they knew. In many of these cases, the victims did not know their assailant for very long and did not have valuable information about them.
'Lost Money' has become a major issue over the past few years, and many people across the United States are discovering that they are entitled to money they left behind. Searching for lost funds can take up a long time, which brought about the need for a quick and accurate money search directory.
Along the years, the authorities in the United States have registered sex offenders across the country in order to keep track of them, and allow others to know about their past. As of today, there are over 700,000 of these registered sex offenders all across the country, meaning that it is highly likely that they live in most neighborhoods in the US.
Posted on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 9:30 am CST
With the advancement of technology, and also the recording of major events in people's lives, we now have access to important records that were not available in the past. Accessing public records can provide us with comprehensive information about people that they do not reveal on their own, which can save lives in many cases.
Posted on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 9:52 am CST
Each day people all across the United States receive phone calls from unknown numbers with no knowledge of where they came from. This happens due to registration to online newsletters, shopping at e-commerce stores, submitting requests for loans etc.
Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 10:30 am CST
Crime rates in the United States have changed over the years with peaks and lows that happen every few years. The rates are based on crimes committed in the United States, and also on convictions that led to the incarceration or punishment of offenders. Many convicted felons that are released choose not do disclose their past, which can be problematic for people that come in contact with them, and do not have all the information about them.
Posted on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 10:00 am CST
The USA has over 300 million residents living in it as of 2018, and this number keeps growing with every year that goes by. Finding information about a certain single person out of 300 million people can be difficult with billions of public records that are found at different offices across the states.