Discover Possible Identity Theft with Docusearch’s Self-background Check

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According to reports from Reuters, a recent spike in the amounts of reported identity thefts around the U.S. have many Americans concerned over the possibility that someone may be using their personal information. Docusearch’s premier team of private investigators know the importance of keeping personal information safe and recommend a using a self-background check to uncover possible exploitations of your information.

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Since the investigators at Docusearch are state-licensed investigators, they have access to information that many database-based background check services do not.

With a recent report from Reuters cautioning widespread identity theft surrounding this year’s tax season, Docusearch recommends taking the right steps towards protecting your finances and assets.

Docusearch’s premier team of private investigators know the importance of personal information safety. In the Internet age, it has become increasingly easier for ill-intentioned individuals to extract personal and banking information from e-commerce sites and e-mail scams. However, advancements in technology have also made it easier for victims of identity theft to discover the issue before it becomes a serious problem.

Those who suspect they may have been a victim of identity theft can submit a self-background check request to Docusearch and within 24 hours receive a complete list of information including:

  •     Associated e-mail addresses
  •     Reported aliases
  •     Age & date of birth
  •     Associated addresses
  •     Associated phone listings
  •     Possible relatives
  •     Bankruptcy filings
  •     Real property owned
  •     Possible court actions & litigation
  •     National criminal records
  •     Registered vehicles

Having this information at one’s fingertips helps uncover invalid personal information that could potentially cause distress in their life. Aside from instances of potential identity theft, self-background checks can inform the subject of what personal information and records are actually accessible by the public and what employers are receiving when they perform a background check to determine employment. If the subject is aware of the information contained in accessible records, they can prepare to explain a negative mention from their background, make future moves to counteract the impact of that situation, or correct any errors or inaccuracies that may appear for an employer, landlord, or school.

After submitting a request to Docusearch, their private investigator will search dozens of databases by hand and identify any possible areas of concern. The report is then delivered within 24 hours and organized in an easy-to-read report.

Since the investigators at Docusearch are state-licensed investigators, they have access to information that many database-based background check services do not. Their information is up-to-date and accurate they recognize the importance of correct and reliable information when performing background checks and will cross reference criminal and bankruptcy history, assets, address history and identity verifications from the same resources available to law enforcement officials.

About Docusearch:
Docusearch has been profiled by Forbes Magazine and featured in national television media including MSNBC, CNBC, A&E, and Dateline NBC. In addition to their Background Checking service, Docusearch offers a variety of investigative searches and has been a premier provider for on-line investigative solutions since 1996.

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