Probate Research FAQ's

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Can I run a background check on myself?
Yes, forewarned is forearmed. Many millions of Americans are now conducting a self background check prior to job applications and various legal and commercial applications. Obtaining your own background check is a simple and straightforward process. Put yourself in control and give yourself a head start.

How much does a background check cost?
The cost of the background check varies on the type and quantity included in the report, i.e. the depth and breadth, you decide. The majority of background checks differ in several ways:

Address History
County Criminal Searches
Employment History
Education History

However the more comprehensive the more a must have tool in your armoury.

How long will it take to complete my background check?
You can view preliminary searches immediately. ground checks are completed within 2 to 3 business days if not sooner. However please understand that as much as we do our utmost to cut through red tape we will still run up against “policy and procedure” (i.e. state board, school/educational system, employers, court house etc)

Do you notify anyone every time a search is conducted?
No. Your searches are completely confidential and discreet.

Why does the data obtained from the Preliminary Search vary from the data obtained in the members area?
The preliminary search accesses people databases simply to verify that the person exists in the United States. This information is provided as reference material only. Search results obtained from the Preliminary Search may not match the search results obtained in the members area based on the same search parameters

Do I have any legal rights pertaining to background checks?
Yes. Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) every consumer under Federal Law has rights, please click on the following link:

The Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act >