They've added more servers to handle the influx of new data, and that their IT team has 95 percent of the records they need already uploaded.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
RecordAccount.com has begun uploading marriage and divorce records to their database in response to strong customer demand for the service, company officials said.
“When we started out we thought people would be mostly interested in arrest records and vehicle history records,” company spokesman Josh Fraser said. “What we've found out is that marriage and divorce records are equally popular, so it just makes sense for us to offer them as well.”
Fraser said there are many reasons customers cite when they request marriage and divorce records.
“Some want to build their family tree,” Fraser said. “Others want to make sure the person they are dating isn't already married or doesn't have a string of divorces under their belt. Either way, the records are public information so there is no reason we can't provide them to people.”
Fraser said that they've added more servers to handle the influx of new data, and that their IT team has 95 percent of the records they need already uploaded.
“It's a bit of a challenge to bring in several million new records, but our IT staff has proven themselves more than up to the task,” Fraser said.
Other types of government records will be added to the database in the future if the company notices that there is a demand for them.
“Why wouldn't we find a way to get any and all types of public records our customers want?” Fraser said.
RecordAccount.com is a public records hub for judgement checks, warrant checks, and other criminal background checks. Search a U.S. database full of millions of names to find that individual that needs a full account of their background record.