Saturday, July 14, 2007

Free Public Records - Review

Free Public Records

In the past few years, I've dabbled a bit in private investigation. I spent long ours researching free public records, looking for information my clients required. The problem was, I was spending so much time researching free public records, I found I was cutting deeply into my profit margin.

Sure, there is a lot to be found in free public records on the internet, but it is extremely time consuming. These public records are generally provided y government agencies whose bureaucracy generally makes a real chore to find the information you need.

Finally, I found, a member site charging a small one time fee to give you access to all these government records under one roof. Within minutes, I was searching court records, death certificates, court records and more while sitting in the comfort of my own home. Not only that, I was cutting down on the time I spent researching by about 10 fold!

I'm also into genealogy, tracking down the history of my family members. Before signing up with, I had no idea how helpful this site would be in helping me track down past family history. It opened doors I previously thought impossible.

I've tried a couple of record search sites in the past, but was rather disappointed in their quality and expense. Some of them charge you a monthly fee, leading you to believe it's a low one time payment until it's too late and you notice the charges coming out of your credit card every month. (watch carefully for that ploy!!) charges one reasonable charge for access to their servers. I recommend them highly over some of the other less trustworthy sites.

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Free Public Records

Friday, July 13, 2007

Free Public Records

Free Public Records

Free public records are vital records, immigration records, real estate records, driving records and criminal records made available to the public. Free public records can be found, but many times it takes a lot of work to get to them.

Most essential public records are maintained by the government and many are accessible to the public either free-of-charge or for an administrative fee. Availability is determined by federal, state, and local regulations.

Public records are normally held in physical files. Many public records are available via the Internet or other sources; even though public records are indeed "public", their accessibility is not always simple, free or easy. Some states such as California have policies that govern the availability of information contained in public records. The PRA or public records act states that "except for certain explicit exceptions, personal information maintained about an individual may not be disclosed without the person's consent."

Most businesses offering access to databases specialize in something particular, yet a few attempt to offer all sorts of available records to professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting and academic markets.

Free Public Records

Free Public Records

Welcome to the Free Public Records blog. Here we will post information on searching free public records and obtaining free public records.