dating and relationship verification: provides search results from public and private databases, criminal searches, and driving history
missing person search
7 year address history, including dates of residence
date of birth verification and location of birth
National Death Index search: centralized database of death record information on file in state vital statistics offices
County level criminal search: includes 7 year criminal history search using applicant name, date of birth, and social security number, the search yields felonies and misdemeanors in each county of residence by verifying case number, violation date, filing date, charges, plea, and disposition. This search also includes active warrants.
TN sex offender registry search: Megan's Law requires that sexual offenders register where they move to. This search is recommended for employers who hire those who work with children or other persons at risk. A signed release is required for certain states.
TN incarceration search: A statewide search can provide additional information that is not readily available at the county level. This search is offered in 45 states and it offers the most comprehensive results when it is included with a county level search.
Credit check: determines the financial stability and judgment of an applicant; includes bankruptcies, liens, and judgments.
Aliases: includes maiden names and marriage names
Education History: provides verification of applicant educational background to employers and includes verification of dates of attendance, degree obtained, and GPA
Military active duty verification: provides as an assessment tool for government employers or government contractors where applicant military service record, issues such as fitness for duty, health related issue such as post traumatic stress disorder, or clearance level include necessary assessment factors.
SSN trace (signed consent only)
Marriage history search
Residence affiliation search: this search includes members listed at primary source's residence
A History of Private Investigations in the U.S.
The history of private investigators in the United States originates with Allan Pinkerton. The term, “private eyes,” got it’s start, with his company slogan, “we never sleep.” Pinkerton’s agents were famous for tracking western outlaws Jesse James, the Reno brothers, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Allan Pinkerton originally immigrated to this country in 1843. By 1850, […] Read more