Dos and Don'ts with TruePersonFinder
TruePersonFinder contains millions of public records for adults in the United States. Our primary goal is to provide information to our users about persons and who they are.
TruePersonFinder is used to look up public records, thus there are a lot of requirements to observe while using it. Please do not confuse it for a consumer reporting agency since we adhere to the Fair Credit Reporting Act's guidelines (FCRA).
Learn about the TruePersonFinder do's and don'ts before utilizing our service to look up people's information. Please read them thoroughly to verify that you are within the law while using them.
Obtaining Personal Information
When people search for your information, use TruePersonFinder to check whether you have a good internet reputation.
Getting to Know Your Friends
Make touch with friends, mainly if they have been gone for an extended period. It also allows them to keep track of their present social groups.
Obtaining information about your next-door neighbor
It is essential if they have recently moved in and have not told you anything. If you are starting a new relationship, before going on a first date, you can check up their details.
Obtaining information about unknown calls
The phone number will provide you with further information on the individual. During the purchasing and selling process, it is essential to research the people with whom you will be doing business.
Look for Housekeeping Assistance
When employing someone as a housekeeper or a primary domestic worker, do not utilize TruePersonFinder to check up on your domestic help.
Theft of One's Personal Information
Never use TruePersonFinder information to impersonate someone else. Identity theft is a serious offense with serious ramifications.
Employees Background Check
TruePersonFinder is not the best tool for vetting candidates before hiring, terminating, promoting, or demoting them.
Tenant Background Check
TruePersonFinder cannot be used to find out more about renters before renting or terminating a rental.
Screening for academic purposes
Before providing an education scholarship or financial assistance to help students achieve their educational goals, you should thoroughly research them.
Schemes of Insurance
You can not check someone's creditworthiness if you provide them with a loan. Insuring is the same way.