Why do a Social Security number background search?
A Social Security number background search can protect you, your family, and your business.
A search can also help you reconnect with long-lost family members, collect child support or other outstanding debts, or do research on your family tree.
Hiring a private detective or a background investigation firm is expensive. Results can take weeks or months. But doing an online Social Security number background search can get you detailed information at a far lower cost – instantly – using the same public and private databases used by private detectives.
What sources of information does a Social Security background search check?
Using a Social Security number and last name as the starting point, ssnsearch.us.com searches public records and private databases including:
• marriage/divorce records
• criminal/arrest/warrant records
• birth and death records
• court records
What kinds of information can a Social Security background check provide?
The nature and volume of information a search will produce will vary from person to person. Some people leave a big “footprint” in the public record; others don’t appear at all.
A search may provide detailed information such as:
• confirmation of age and date of birth
• address history
• phone numbers
• email addresses
• lists of relatives
• property ownership
• DUIs/criminal driving violations
• civil court filings
• dates of marriage and divorce
• liens and judgments
Why should a business owner or manager do a Social Security number background check?
You need to be able to trust the people you hire. That trust starts with a pre-hire verification that the person’s name and social security number match up. If they don’t, then you need to determine whether it’s just the result of a simple mistake – a failure to record a name change, for example – or whether it’s something more serious.
A person might use a fake Social Security number for a variety of reasons, including:
• to conceal that he or she is an illegal alien, unauthorized to work in the United States
• to conceal a criminal record, including a drunk driving record or drug record
• to conceal that he or she is too young to work legally
• to claim an educational or employment background that he or she doesn’t actually have
Every person you hire puts your business at risk. What if your employee steals from you – or from your customers? What if your new driver kills someone while driving drunk on the job – and you get sued? Businesses that employ illegal aliens and underage workers are liable for criminal penalties.
When you make someone a job offer, you can make it contingent on the candidate passing a background check. Make sure that the employee knows about and consents to this check when accepting the job offer. Anyone who refuses a background check is raising a big red flag – do you want to hire someone with something to hide? Knowing that there will be a background check may even get candidates to volunteer potentially damaging information.
If your business is experiencing unusual inventory losses, or if you suspect that someone may be “cooking the books” to conceal stealing, you can do a Social Security number background check to find out if any of your current employees has a history of theft or fraud.
How can a Social Security number background check protect you and your family?
Would you entrust your child to a babysitter who was a convicted child molester?
Would you hire a housekeeper who’d been convicted of theft?
Would you rent an apartment to someone with a history of bankruptcy?
Would you marry a person who wasn’t actually divorced from his or her last spouse?
If not, then a Social Security number background check can help you avoid unpleasant – and potentially tragic — surprises.
How can a Social Security number background check protect you from identity theft?
Running a background check on your own Social Security number can help you discover whether someone falsely using your Social Security number has been running up unpaid debts, getting into trouble with the law, or even getting married under your name!
If you’ve been unfairly denied a loan, a job, or an apartment, running your own background check can help you clean up your record and stop the damage.
How can a Social Security number background check help you find information about relatives?
A Social Security number background check may be able to help you find relatives – or learn whether they’ve passed away.
The information you find can help you with things like:
• collecting child support
• filing for Social Security and Veteran’s survivor’s benefits
• locating public records tied to your own Social Security number
• collecting inheritances and insurance proceeds
• researching genetic conditions that may run in the family
• reconnecting with long-lost relatives
• compiling a family tree
How do I do a search?
Just enter the person’s last name and Social Security number – that’s it. If nothing turns up on the first try, you may need to check the spelling of the name or try a birth name (“maiden name”), married name, or other name the person may have used.
What services does ssnsearch.us.com offer?
We offer two types of services:
• A Social Security number report (also known as a Social Security number verification) that will confirm that a person’s name matches his or her Social Security number and verifies his or her date of birth and address. $24.95
• A full background check, using public records and private databases. $29.99
Why should I use ssnsearch.us.com instead of similar services?
Other services only offer searches of only public records; we also search private databases.
Other services make you pay for a search even if the person you’re looking for isn’t in their records. We don’t.
We’re so confident about the value of our services that we offer you a money back guarantee. We can’t guarantee how much information you’ll find, but if you can’t find any information about the person you’re looking for, you don’t pay – it’s as simple as that.