New Web Tool Lets Searchers Compare Live Results From Different People Search Sites

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Comparison site has added a feature that lets users see professional services side-by-side before buying.

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RSS, a comparison site that features user reviews, is now offering users the ability to see possible matches from various people search sites before visiting them and through the use of a single search.

The new addition, added early this week, will help users make more informed decisions before visiting and purchasing from online people search services. The comparison search lets users see how many possible matches are available at each site when a name is searched. Users can also find the advertised price for the service and what information may be included with it. As with the entire site, the new feature is offered free of charge.

The layout, function, and applications of the new tool are not dissimilar to the likes of many travel, shopping, or insurance comparison sites. The new comparison feature allows users to do all research on prospective services in one single search. Users will know instantly how many listing are showing for an inquiry, as well as how the particular billing is done for each site.

This new tool can help turn consumers looking for someone into savvy shoppers with no traversing of the web. This goes along with the sites mission is to help users better find a services with information on the person or public records they are searching.

The new feature can be seen at


Operating since July of 2008, is the first comparison search site that allows consumers to rate and review digital services such as a public records searches, people searches, or background checking services. Users are encourages to rate (from 1 to 5 stars) their experiences using a particular service and write a review that is helpful to future users. For more about the services this site offers, please visit


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