Before the emergence of the internet,
the only people who had easy access to personal information databases
were licensed private investigators, police detectives, and the
federal government. The internet has changed all that.
Today, if you want to research someone, you can do it yourself
from the comfort of your own home, and for a fraction of
the cost of hiring a live private investigator. If you want to check
someone out, you may be able to find out if they've ever declared
bankruptcy, gotten married, filed for divorce, been arrested or
sued. You may be able to find out what kinds of houses, boats, and cars they
own, and what kind of credit card debts they have. You may even be able to get unlisted cell phone numbers and other "hidden" information.
Here at BackgroundSearcher.com, we have a comprehensive
collection of links to investigative databases, resources, and search sites, and we periodically review
our links and the various state and federal networks
so that all of our resources are as up-to-date as possible.
When you become a member of BackgroundSearcher.com, you
instantly get unlimited access to our entire comprehensive selection
of links to investigative databases, resources, and search sites, including state, federal, and local government public records resources, plus additional fee-based search resources
where you can look up an amazing amount of information not available
If you are interested in finding out the truth
about the loved ones in your life, or prospective employees, business
partners, or customers; or even if you want to take a look
at the file the FBI has on you, then join us now and learn how and where to access to all of these personal records. Please note that not all sites provide information for free; additional charges may be imposed for access to specific sites or specific information.