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Public People Finder Helps Find People with Free Public Records Sources Online.
Public People Finder has new services offering cell phone lookups, and other new people finder services that allow people to find missing people or check background records, or even criminal.
PublicPeopleFinder.com http://www.PublicPeopleFinder.com, a leading Internet based detective agency, recently launched a group of new services designed to find anyone in the world within minutes, providing key background information to prospective spouses, employees and long-lost relatives sometimes in seconds.
“Forget the days of hiring a private detective and paying thousands for a lengthy search,” said Mr Leatherman, owner of Public People Finder.com. “With the comprehensive intelligence of the Internet, we now have access to over 180 billion records, within 30 seconds.” With a first and last name and a telephone or Social Security number, a searchers request can be made via phone, email or online. If the firm can’t meet the request of a people search, the search is free in most cases. Leatherman the chief detective also stated that his company is not like others online as they are a licensed detective agency and can handle many detailed search such as assets, bank traces, property, cell phone traces, criminal records, driving records, and many others. Mr leatherman stated this is not that same type of service that you see on the net today where you just enter a name, and it brings you back and address, and other data in a few seconds. Our records are done offline and include much more detail than others doing live time people search services.
The company is tied to a massive data bank which accesses more than 100 major networks of public, and private information, including the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), credit bureaus, marriage and divorce records by State. Said Leatherman, “People will go to great lengths to avoid being located. We saw a guy who changed his name from Fred to Frieda to avoid paying child support,” said Leatherman. With new laws on privacy said Leatherman this hurts America each day. For example said Leatherman when if a person drives their car into your yard causing damage. You get the plate number but you cant locate the driver as of privacy laws. Leatherman believes information is free as long as no harm is done in the process. If I want to know if someone has a criminal record, or is wanted by local law, or the FBI it should be a given right. Leatherman said it is the right of all americans.
If someone calls your home late a night and uses a cell phone or blocks the number it;s your right to find out who it is. That where publicpeoplefinder.com comes in leatherman said.
We asked Leatherman about privacy issues about credit card theft, and identity theft and what his opinion was about this. Leatherman stated “Well anyone can get your social security number well even at the library, or the local court house. We never run a search and give a full social security number to anyone unless they have a court order, or a reason such as child support, or other legal documented reasons” Leatherman stated that it is really sick that people use other peoples information to get ahead in life, or to use someone else’s information to get a loan, or credit card.”
However, Leatherman stated that “there are many people out there that need the services that we provide such as criminal, background checks, cell phone lookups, missing people searches, skip traces, and many others. He said if someone owes you money you want to find them so that you can serve them court papers. If someone calls your home and harasses you with a cell phone you want to find out who it is right… Or if you hire someone to watch your kids you want to make sure they do not have a criminal record said Leatherman.. This is a given right to all people. You have the right to know and we can help.”
If It’s Information You Seek; Ye Shall Find Leatherman, a licensed detective, has gradually broadened his firm’s services since 1996, from a focus on re-connecting families (locatepeople.com) http://www.locatepeople.com, to re-connecting friends such as army buddies and classmates (LostPeople.com), to a national focus offering all types of searches (Lostpeople.com). Most of the requests derive from larger states such as California, New York, Texas, and Washington.
One woman, who had been missing her son for 13 years, purchased a online social security search this past Christmas. The fruitful results lead to a happy, joy-filled holiday for the entire family.
A man said Leatherman owed child support for over 14 years and failed to pay. He was not found by other online people search services and we located him as living as a woman. The man changed his name to a womans name, and was living as a woman. He owed 125,000.00 in back child support and we located him and he paid up as the client had a judgement on him/her.
As with computers, the price of information has gone down drastically. The services which used to cost more than ,000 in the 1980′s now range between to track a Social Security number to 0 for a Background Check including criminal, bankruptcy, and asset information. For custom searches, most results are available within one to four days.
“Today, even an ‘Information Amateur’ can find basic information on the Internet,” said Leatherman. “However, when it comes to deep down need to know, people want to verify everything – especially if the person is a prospective nanny. We’re not here to invade people’s privacy. We simply help people protect themselves with the one thing that has become the most powerful commodity on earth: information.”
For a telephone search, call (304) 788-9040 between 10:00 AM – 4 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST). Email inquiries or requests can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Major credit cards are accepted for online searches.
About offices, which are based in Keyser WV. Founded in 1996, PPF was created to provide specialized background investigations. As a licensed detective agency, the firm serves clients from around the world with criminal, corporate and personal investigative work. The company recently expanded their corporate offices
to West Virginia.
You may contact them at:
or by telephone at: 304-788-9040 M-F 9-4 EST
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