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10 Tips To Find U.S. Marriage and Divorce Records

When a person in the United States gets married or divorced both of these life-changing events are put into the public record. Those records are then stored in various state or federal government locations depending on where the marriage or divorce was finalized. There they stay until someone needs to access them for any reason Read more about 10 Tips To Find U.S. Marriage and Divorce Records[…]

How to find out if someone is married?

How and why to check if someone is married? In the United States, the fact is that in 2019 there are numerous reasons to find out if the person you are dating is married. Let’s start with this example: True story: “Every word out of his mouth is a lie” says Jean Hansen, in reference Read more about How to find out if someone is married?[…]

Ponzi Scheme vs Social Security – SSA Special Report

Editor's note: This is an archive of a report on Ponzi schemes that originally appeared on the Social Security Administration's website in January 2009. Reports & Studies Special Studies by the Historian's Office Research Note #25: Ponzi Schemes vs. Social Security The Real Ponzi Charles Ponzi was a Boston investor broker who in the early Read more about Ponzi Scheme vs Social Security – SSA Special Report[…]
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How To Run A Criminal Background Check with USATrace.com

Running a Criminal Background Check with usatrace.com couldn’t be easier. All of the information you need will be shown to you before any commitment is required. You don’t even need an email address! Why not run a criminal background search now? Further Resources – Criminal Background Checks (Opens in new tab) Free Criminal Background Checks Read more about How To Run A Criminal Background Check with USATrace.com[…]

Free Government Publications & Where to Get Them

Much of the information provided by USA Trace and its partners are based on public records, which – though public – often comes at a nominal cost. But did you know that there are free Government publications routinely distributed on a variety of useful topics? Many Government agencies routinely create consumer guides to help advise Read more about Free Government Publications & Where to Get Them[…]