Background Research Made Easy
For 20 years, USA Trace has been helping to find people in the US with social security number search and background checks. Using national investigative database searches for public records, USA Trace has helped thousands of customers find people by name, reverse phone number, perform SSN trace/background checks, check criminal records and much more.
Now, we've added the power of one of the largest, most powerful public records search engines to our SSN Search and Background Check service to provide free, instant search results! Combing through billions of up-to-the-minute records, you can expect to receive the same in-depth information you'd get from a private investigator.
If you need thorough, instant people search results, trust USA Trace.
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Selling your home isn’t always an easy process. The emotional weight can sway some of your decisions while you are trying to sell it and negatively affect the whole process. The knowledge required to sell your house isn’t exactly something intuitive; you’ll need to think like a realtor and try to maximize your profits and Read more about How To Research Who Is Trying To Buy Your House[…]
Whether you’re a nurse just getting started or one that has been in the field for many years, the fact that obtaining more certification will probably earn you more is always something that is going to be valid. This is simply because in the field of medicine, new breakthroughs are occurring all the time and Read more about Do Nurses With More Certifications Earn More?[…]
Long before the mobile phones and the internet became the primary way of keeping in touch, people lost contact after a while since not everyone had the patience to write letters now and then. However, after a few years, you start missing your childhood friends or that relative who went abroad and has never communicated Read more about How Can I Find Someone Through Web?[…]
Do you need to find lost family members? If so you’re in the right place. It should be obvious really, but we would all benefit from knowing more about our long-lost relatives and family members? This CNN article shows that children benefit from this immensely. How do I start finding lost relatives? Essentially, like everything Read more about Find Lost Family Members[…]
There are many reasons to run background checks. In today’s world which is often isolated due to busy schedules and on-line shopping, “communities” know each other less well. And, even if they do know each other, there are still many hidden secrets. We’ve brainstormed this, and come up with these compelling reasons you may not Read more about 5 Reasons to Run a Background Check Now![…]
Every day, someone inadvertently gets into a relationship with someone who’s married. Whether you’re concerned for yourself – or concerned for a friend or family member entering a relationship with someone – you can easily put your mind at ease or confirm your suspicions with…
Do you know that there are literally, millions of tools, from SS Search to Credit Checks, to Fact Checks! Can you imagine having these search tools 20 years ago? It’s sometimes easy to forget the things we take for granted on the internet in 2018. In 2008 if we wanted to see a copy of Read more about How Net Savvy Are You?![…]
SSN and People Search – What is it? What is the history of the SSN and people search? SSN and people search are two terms used together to indicate the use of a Social Security Number of an individual in finding him or her. But the question is to what extent are they related? Or Read more about History of SSN and People Search & Background Checks[…]
How much does a background check cost – the short answer: Background checks for official purposes are usually priced on a cost per search basis that can range anywhere from $10 – $200 depending on the source and the information needed (the more information, the higher the cost). Background checks for informational purposes (which are Read more about How Much does a Background Check Cost?[…]
Inmate Searches The Freedom of Information Act (5 USC 552) and the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 USC 552a) authorize the release of certain information about Federal inmates to any member of the general public requesting inmate searches. This includes information such as name, age, and registration number as well as sentencing and confinement data Read more about How to Run Inmate Searches[…]