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Need a Background Check? Get Quick and Secure Access to Public Records
There was a time—and not even that long ago—when if you wanted a background check of any sort, you had to physically go and search for their public records. The internet has brought those records directly onto your computer screen, but it also significantly added to the amount of information that’s publicly available. Every time you sign up for a new website, share a post on Facebook or Twitter, register for a new email newsletter, or write a comment on a blog the information is recorded and stored. The same goes for offline activities, like getting a speeding ticket, getting married or divorced, or moving to a new house.
GoLookUp makes it incredibly easy to search through all available data, allowing you to quickly and securely access a wide variety of public records on any U.S. individual. We’ll go through our complete database, including billions of federal and state records, in order to help you find out whatever it is that you want or need to know.
Feel Safer With a Comprehensive Background Check
We make it easy for our users to access the information they need to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. To do this, we aggregate data from billions of available public records and criminal records to provide you with a comprehensive background check that answers all of your questions.
Take advantage of our simple online public records search and tap into a host of detailed data about individuals, phone numbers, addresses, and neighborhoods. Background check reports include data on sex offender status, as well as any criminal information such as court cases, crimes, or citations. You’ll also be able to get address and property information for virtually every property and phone number out there, including those that choose not to be listed in the white pages.
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Search Criminal Records to Discover More About the People in Your Life
Our public data aggregation service is a super easy way to find out the details about the known and unknown people in your life—even information that you may find shocking. We’ve not only pulled all the available criminal records on people, we’ve also analyzed it and made it easily searchable for our users. Use our free people search to access a complete background check on an individual, or, for more general data, search by address to discover data on crime statistics in a specified area. Perform a sex offender search to learn who’s really living in your neighborhood, including images of nearby registered sex offenders, the crime they were convicted for, and more.
Quickly search through criminal records to find information on felonies, traffic offenses, court records, misdemeanors, parole records, inmates, and fugitives. Whether you’ve got a hunch that somebody has been involved with something criminal, or you just want to know who you and your family are being exposed to, our background check services will allow you to find answers quickly and confidentially.
Public Records You Can Trust
We are fully committed to accuracy, and take great care to ensure that the information you discover—whether it be on a person, property, phone number, or neighborhood—is recent and reliable. While it’s not possible to guarantee 100% accuracy, we are constantly scanning all public records to make sure that the information you receive in your reports is the best that is available.
Our searches are free to perform, though there may be a small fee for pulling full reports. If you think you are going to need to pull quite a few reports, we recommend enrolling in our monthly membership program, which provides you with unlimited access to all of the data that we have. It’s easy to subscribe to, and you can opt out at any time.
The Wrong Way to Use Public Records or a Background Check
We want you to have easy access to detailed information on the people in your life, your state, and your neighborhood so that you know what you need to know in order to protect yourself and your loved ones. That being said, the data that you find is restricted under the Fair Credit and Reporting Act (FRCA), meaning that, by law, you may not use any of the information that you find to unfairly discriminate against an individual in regards to employment, tenancy, insurance, or consumer credit.
We are a public data aggregation service, scanning and analyzing billions of public records and making them easily and securely searchable so that our users can quickly discover whatever they need to know. We offer complete access to public records, including reverse phone lookups, people search, addresses, contact information, social media activity, marriage and divorce records, arrest records, criminal convictions, traffic citations, sex offender status, and much more. Each report we provide is an inclusive collection of public records that may include court records, emails, social information, marital status, contact information, and more.
Start your search today! Type in a name, phone number, address, or zip code you’d like to know more about, and we will bring the public records right to your screen.
Five Companies that are Socially Active
We live in a world that is socially aware. We know about poverty, we know about the threats faced by the environment, and we know about crimes against humanity. It is no longer acceptable to just sit back and do nothing while dangerous and damaging occurrences happen around us. As part of the human race and the citizens of earth, we have a social responsibility to do what we can, when we can to make things better. The same goes for businesses. Each company has a responsibility to humanity and the planet, to be socially involved and to give back in whatever way possible. There are some companies who do commendable work in this area and their contributions to society are admirable. Here is a list of the top five socially active companies:
What is Open Data?
“Open data is data that can be accessed, freely used, shared, and built on by anyone, anywhere for any purpose” – The Open Knowledge Foundation (2005). Open data needs to be licensed to be used freely as open data. Opposed to open data is copyright data that requires special permission or needs to be paid for to be accessed and cannot always be redistributed freely. Open data needs to be freely available in bulk, free of charge or at a reasonable cost and available to everyone without restriction, including for commercial use.