There are many laws governing the use of public records. We don't want people to face harassment charges or civil suits simply because they don't understand the complexities of the law.
(PRWEB) June 21, 2013
RecordAccount.com is starting an initiative to make sure that people who purchase their public records use them legally, the company said yesterday.
“What people don't realize is that while it is legal to buy these records, there are restrictions on how they can be legally used,” a RecordAccount.com spokesman said. “We don't want our customers to get in any trouble, so we feel that starting an educational campaign is essential.”
RecordAccount.com will publish the information on their members' area as well as their blog, RecordAccountBlog.com
“This means that not only will RecordAccount.com customers learn how to use public record documents legally, so will regular people who deal with public records,” he said. “We want to help everyone and be a good corporate neighbor.”
People who don't know their rights when it comes to public records could face criminal or civil charges, the RecordAccount.com spokesman said.
“There are many laws governing the use of public records,” he said. “We don't want people to face harassment charges or civil suits simply because they don't understand the complexities of the law.”
The regulations governing public records use are particularly serious when it comes to hiring and sex offender notification, he said.
“People have a right to use public records to protect themselves and their business, but there are limits,” the RecordAccount.com spokesman said. “We are going to explain those limits in a language that is easy for everyone to understand.”
RecordAccount.com was created to serve the needs of consumers across North America searching for public records. With thousands of requests processed each day, RecordAccount.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit RecordAccount.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-888-0889, or email Manager(at)RecordAccount(dot)com with any questions or concerns.