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Uncover a Person, Place, or Thing

Tap into obscure knowledge to uncover a person, place or thing

One of the biggest reasons to access public records is to locate someone or something specific. You may need to find parties to a case or materialize missing witnesses. Or dig up assets hidden under an alias or in someone else’s name.

Unearth hard-to-find and current information about people, locations and assets from a range of broad and specialized sources:

  • 11.3 billion unique name/address combinations
  • 97.8 million watercraft registration filings
  • 6.5 billion personal property records
  • 1.3 billion vehicle titles 
  • 309.8 million auto and home claims records
  • 637.3 million criminal records

Flex your search with filters like Strict Search, which limits your results to more closely match the terms you enter, and Address Radius, which helps search metro areas across state lines.

Modify your search further with our terms and connectors option, also known as Boolean search, for many specialized search forms so you can get as specific as possible.

Watch for flags that alert you to suspect search results such as duplicate Social Security numbers, disconnected phones or atypical residences like hotels or campsites.


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