Public Reports

What are Public Records?

The term public record is a broad one that refers to any information that is contained within an official reporting of facts available to the general public. This information can be easily accessible, such as looking up the phone number of a listed person or a more difficult piece of information only accessible with an open-records request. In addition, while public records are frequently drawn from government records, not all government records can be made public. In fact, there are government regulations on the type of information that can be released to the public and the storage and distribution of government-held information. The government keeps public records on individuals and on business, corporate, and governmental entities. However, for most purposes, the term public record is used to refer to an individual's public record. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) governs the release of government agency public records and has helped make government records publicly available. Here are the most common public records:

  • Birth Records
  • Death Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Criminal Records

How Do I Begin? Use Reverse Phone Lookup!

Strange phone number calling you? Going on a date with someone and want to find out more about who they are? Start with a reverse phone lookup. Creepy co-worker? Uncover more than ever before. Know the people around you!

  • Owner Name

  • Address

  • Email

Why Use Reverse Phone Lookup?

Sure, there are free phone number lookup tools out there on the web, but they have some flaws. For one, they can only get ownership info from landline numbers. Why’s that? It turns out that the cellular networks control access to their phone numbers, and they are only willing to part with that information for a price.

Of course, the free lookup tools aren’t buying access to cell phone records and giving them away for nothing, so they can only give you a fraction of the information that’s out there.

Another thing the free sites can’t do is a full criminal background check. If you’ve found a caller’s basic information using Reverse Phone Lookup but still need to know more, you can uncover public records and expand your search in one click.

What Can I Do With This Information?

  • Stop Harassing Phone Calls
  • Look Up "Mystery" Numbers
  • Avoid Telemarketers
  • Avoid Certain Individuals

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