Identity Theft Protection Software Provides Access to Public Records for Users

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MyPublicInfo has created identity theft protection software after the recent explosion in identity theft cases across America. The software gives consumers access to public records connected to their name, enabling them to spot identity confusion and possible cases of identity theft.

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MyPublicInfo, a leader in identity theft protection and management, has announced its new identity theft protection tool, the Public Information Profile (PIP), is available for immediate download at The software helps consumers spot identity confusion and possible cases of identity theft, including impersonation of identity to conduct illegal activities, by giving them a unique view of public records connected to their name.

According to a recent survey released by the Federal Trade Commission, 27.3 Million businesses and consumers suffered billions in losses as a result of the growing problem of identity theft.

“MyPublicInfo uses superior technology and information to fight identity theft by providing the information missing from credit reports,” said Harold Kraft, CEO of MyPublicInfo. “The Public Information Profile offers consumers an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand report containing information gathered from databases with billions of non-financial records. This information, rarely accessible to consumers, is the same kind of information that the government and businesses receive when performing a broad background check.”

MyPublicInfo is the first company to provide consumers with their own personal profile of aggregated public information in a consumer-friendly manner. The Public Information Profile is the only report of its kind that complies with federal legislation concerning privacy. Individual consumers cannot easily obtain this information because they would need to compile data from more than 5,000 sources to achieve this task. MyPublicInfo has created a toolset that allows consumers to effectively “manage” their identity and protect themselves from identity theft, setting MyPublicInfo apart from competitors in the identity theft protection and management industry.

MyPublicInfo provides customers with access to the following records:

  • Records from top tier data aggregators, not otherwise available to the consumer over the Internet
  • Federal, State and County official government records
  • Financial records, including bankruptcies, liens and judgments
  • Property ownership records, including past transactions
  • Government-issued licenses
  • Law enforcement records, including felony and misdemeanor convictions, attachments and seizures
  • Documents detailing financial relationships between an individual and other entities, including Liens, Secretary of State, and UCC records

MyPublicInfo has developed a secure infrastructure ensuring the confidentiality of the records it provides. A consumer can only access the highly sensitive public information profiles if the individual can prove their identity by passing a rigorous online test. Consumers are assured complete confidentiality in gaining access to all of their public data, making MyPublicInfo the only identity theft protection and management company online to fully comply with federal law. Extensive information is available on the website to advise clients what to do in case of fraud or false information in the report.

To download the Public Information Profile or to learn more about the identity theft protection software available through MyPublicInfo, visit

About MyPublicInfo

MyPublicInfo, Inc. (MPI) was founded in Arlington, Virginia in 2004 to provide consumers with background self-checks and identity management tools to protect themselves from identity theft. MPI sells the most extensive background report available through its web site,, its partner web sites, and a variety of other marketing channels.

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