When you conduct a search on CheckPeople.com, you'll gain immediate access to a comprehensive background check report. Here are just a few of the features you get when conducting a background search with CheckPeople:
Criminal Records & Arrest Records
The criminal records & arrest records section of your report lists information such as felony records, DUI/DWI records, arrest records, mugshots, criminal records, police reports, convictions, speeding tickets, sexual offenses, misdemeanor charges, active/outstanding warrants, just to name a few. While some of these charges may not be relevant to your particular search, we make sure that no stone is left unturned. Whether you want to find out more about a new love interest or see what other people can found out about your own past, CheckPeople can provide a comprehensive account of anyone’s criminal history.
Our trustworthy criminal background checks can also help keep you and your family safe. You can instantly find out whether a prospective date has any kind of criminal history. Even if they haven't been convicted, you'll learn about all arrests and infractions from anywhere in the country. We search federal, state, city, and county records to ensure you receive the newest, most accurate data.
This feature is particularly useful because criminal records are not automatically shared with every department or branch of law enforcement. For example, if someone is charged with a misdemeanor in one city, it may be on file in that district, but it would not necessarily show up in a state search (depending on the laws governing criminal records in that state). Similarly, one state may have no record of a speeding ticket that was filed in a different state, so drawing information from every level of government is extremely important to get a complete criminal profile.
One of the most useful and important aspects of our criminal background checks is the information from our sex offender database. We know that nothing is more important than the safety of your children and loved ones. Our simple background check tool allows you to search anyone who may have contact with your children such as neighbors, teachers, family friends, and coaches. Once a person has been convicted of a sexual offense, they are required to be registered in the public data access system, and will show up in your search even after they have completed their sentence. Doing a background check on those close to your family can give you peace of mind and ensure the safety of your children.
In short, when it comes to the safety of your family, you don't want to take any chances. Our services are quick and easy, so it's worth finding out who you are trusting to be around your family.
Current & Previous Contact Details
Your background check report will also include details such as current and previous addresses, current and previous email addresses, active and inactive social media profiles, current phone number(s) and much more!
People frequently relocate or change their contact information. While this is generally harmless behavior, it can also be an indication of criminal activity. For example, maybe a person claims to live at a certain address to avoid taxes or commit crimes in an unknown location. However, if someone tells you that they live at a certain address, CheckPeople can give you the information to help you determine if they are telling the truth.
Some people seem perfectly normal and harmless on their known social media accounts, but they may have other hidden accounts that reveal another person entirely. These hidden accounts are often invisible to free background check platforms, but our search tool is able to dig them up. Social media has become one of the easiest ways for people to assume a false identity, so finding hidden accounts can let you know if someone is leading a double life online.
While it is illegal to use our system to contact someone against their wishes, we encourage you to use contact information to send invitations or thank you cards, look up lost loves, or even fact check a new crush about where they have lived. More often than not, people change addresses or contact information for perfectly innocent reasons. As a result, it is easy to lose touch with those you care about. Thankfully, CheckPeople has the tools to track down people from your past and help you get back in touch with them.
Address information can also be used to get information on a property you may be interested in renting or purchasing. Looking up the owner can reveal judgments, liens, mortgages, and deeds that will help you understand what may be involved in the transaction. This information is public for a reason. After all, no one wants to make a large investment in real estate, only to find out that the seller was not forthcoming about certain documentation or legal problems. Now you can find it quickly and easily, and feel confident making better informed decisions.
Nationwide Court Documents
Our system searches more than six billion records from county, state, municipal and federal courthouses. Be prepared to see information such as tax liens, current and past criminal cases, bankruptcy filings, personal injury, and small claims court cases, family and probate court cases, legal judgements, current and past lawsuits and much more!
Though this may seem excessive, everybody will have different reasons for conducting a background check, so providing the most information possible ensures that we can satisfy any search requirements. For example, if you need to do a background check to find out if a business partner has ever filed for bankruptcy, we can show you that information; if you want to find out what year your great-grandfather was born, we can find that out, too. All of this information is delivered to you using one comprehensive report, that way you don’t need to slog through a mountain of paperwork just to find the information you need.
It can take many hours to visit courthouses, work with clerks, and eventually find the documents you are looking for. In some jurisdictions, you may also be required to pay a fee for the service or to make copies. We eliminate the hassle and cost. With our single monthly fee, you get unlimited searches anytime, from anywhere. In a matter of minutes, you will have all the information you need, right at your fingertips.
It has never been easier to get one, complete, trustworthy report on another person, or even yourself!. There are many free background check services available online, but you cannot trust that they are searching every public record database, or that they are finding the latest information available. We make sure our algorithms are providing the most detailed reports possible, guarantee that they are 100% accurate.
Instant Deep Web Search
Our proprietary algorithm will search for any hidden social media accounts, current websites, forum posts, blogs, current and previous images/videos, and other various content that we'll find on the deep web.
For those unfamiliar with the term, “deep web” (sometimes called the “dark web”) refers to the parts of the Internet that are not accessible by the usual means. These web pages cannot be indexed by traditional search engines. With a search engine, you can only access what is known as the “surface web.”
How does the deep web avoid detection? Though different methods can be used, it is generally the result of passwords or encrypted networks. If you search for someone’s name using a traditional search engine, many results will show up from different websites that are part of the surface web. However, deep web search results cannot be found using this method. These results are much harder to access, and require a specific kind of algorithm to circumvent their encryption.
The expert team behind CheckPeople.com has more than 20 years of experience running successful internet businesses. We understand how to access even the most hidden information online. As a result, even if someone is trying to conceal information on the deep web, we can still find it. CheckPeople.com's high-level, instant deep web search uncovers much more than other background checks.
While we respect that some information should remain private, we believe everyone should have easy access to public records. Nobody should be able to hide their criminal history or sketchy business transactions. We all have the right to find any public information, and now it's as simple as clicking a few buttons.
Personal Information Records
If you are looking for identifying information, CheckPeople is the place to look.If you are looking for identifying information, CheckPeople is the place to look. Prepare to find out current and past occupation records, current and previous relatives and associates, date of birth along with nicknames/aliases, and more. Our goal is to encourage transparency, and provide you with an easy-to-use tool that will give you peace of mind. The information our searches unearth is already out there, so you do not need to worry, as searching public records is legal and extremely useful. We just make this information easier to find.
Our personal information records have been used to catch significant others in lies, track down criminals going by different names, and much more. Even if you are just curious about your co-workers, you deserve to know who you're working next to every day. You may be shocked to find out that a friend has been lying about their age, or that a prospective date is not actually a doctor like they claimed. Never waste time on a catfish. Always avoid trusting the wrong people.
Some of your personal information may also be public. Be sure to conduct a comprehensive background check on yourself so that you know what details about yourself are available online. If you find some unflattering information that you prefer to keep away from prying eyes, this can be devastating. Under some circumstances, you may be able to take steps to erase embarrassing search results from the Internet. For example, if there is an embarrassing photo of you that has been posted on social media, you can request that it be removed, either by the website or the individual poster. However, with information like criminal records or property ownership, there is very little you can do, as these are part of the public record and cannot be hidden.