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Finding A Person Free Of Charge With Public Records

By Mavis Morris

One of the easiest ways to trace someone on the internet is to use the public records. A few years back looking for a particular person using the public records was barely possible.

Since the amendment of some of the laws concerning these records it is now your right to be able to view some of them. In the following paragraphs I will tell you how to find some free/public records.

Let us look at the basic things that you need to have with you before being able to go and search through the public records. To be able to use any record to search you would need to have info that relates to that particular record as government records or public records are precise.

If you want to know how to find someone free/ public records lets us also look at some of the records that you can make use of.The only type of search that you would be able to conduct on government records using solitary info would be the search by social security number.

You don’t need any kind of info that can cross reference with when using SSN. This because each person’s social security number is unique and is never issued more than once.To get you started on your search you can visit, where you will be able to find someone free of charge/public records.

You can conduct a name search by using these records only but in a number of cases there is always a lot of people who have the same name. It becomes difficult to tell which person you want from a long list.

In such a case to find someone free of charge/public records you would need additional information pertaining to another record that you can use. As an example you can have the name and maybe a medical records, marriage records etc to look through.

Here are two interesting resources you should see Search My Family Free and also see find people free of charge

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Morris, Mavis "Finding A Person Free Of Charge With Public Records." Finding A Person Free Of Charge With Public Records. 30 Jun. 2010. 12 Nov 2014 <>.

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Morris, M (2010, June 30). Finding A Person Free Of Charge With Public Records. Retrieved November 12, 2014, from

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