What is the best way to uncover people’s information?
Though many may deem it creepy, the fact is that times have changed. Many today want to know how many of their friends are convicted felons. I know I personally would like to know if my Tinder date has had several DUI’s in the last year. Regardless of your motives, information is king in the modern world, and if you don’t have it, you’re at a significant disadvantage when dealing with others.
What kind of information am I legally able to hold?
While technically, you’re legally able to know almost anything, it’s incredibly difficult to find out these sorts of things. However, as of the Freedom of Information Act of 1966, any document that has been deemed “public record” is accessible to anyone who is a US citizen. However, these documents are often incredibly difficult to acquire, thanks to antiquated bureaucratic systems.
What is a public record?
Public records are messy and can include a puzzling diversity of items. However, when trying to investigate other people, the relevant public records are-
- Driving records
- Criminal records
- Arrest records
- Incarceration records
These records can influence your relationships heavily. Naturally, you wouldn’t want to be friends with anyone who’s been accused of manslaughter. If you’re looking to investigate someone’s public records, then you may want to know how best to obtain them.
Unfortunately, not many systems are in place to be able to provide you with all of someone’s public records. If you’re looking to work through the government, you’ll likely have to contact organizations ranging from your local sheriff’s office to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Is there a way to search for all of someone’s information easily?
Yes! A website called SpyFly can provide you with access to public records related to one person. They’re an online public records database, which contains billions of public records containing incredibly accurate information, often identical to what has been published by the government. SpyFly is incredibly intuitive and allows you to access all of these public records without breaching your own privacy. Importantly, SpyFly is incredibly confidential and does not report your search to the person you’re investigating. This allows you to search for someone without having to worry about them finding out, which may be a priority of yours.
SpyFly is also accessible from mobile browsers. This means that you can investigate your date while you’re on your date. If you’re worried about the person sitting across from you at the restaurant, this is the best way to indulge your curiosity as fast as possible.
SpyFly provides consumers affordable, immediate access to public record information. Federal laws prohibit businesses from using SpyFly’s service to make decisions about employment, insurance, consumer credit, tenant screening, or for any other purpose subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681 et seq.