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Past Address History (Social Security Trace)
By providing the name and social security number for an applicant, we can generate a past address history that typically provides a seven year address trace. However, one could potentially trace addresses as far back as twenty-five years. This search is a public record search, and also may verify certain aspects of the Social Security Number, i.e. State of issue, date range of issue. This search is not an authentication of SSN nor is it a CBSSV. Lastly, the Past Address History serves to provide any alias names that apply to the applicant. The most effective way of using this tool is to use the addresses provided to do searches at the state or county level. This report is the best place to start to guarantee an accurate, complete background check.
National Criminal File
The National Criminal File Search instantly gathers information from the largest criminal database, comprised of over 500 million records from local and state repositories, as well as federal level records, i.e. DOCs. In addition, our adjudication staff reviews every hit for efficacy and accuracy as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act. While the National Criminal File Search is a good start, and a superb tip and lead tool, it is not a comprehensive search of every criminal jurisdiction in the U.S. The Value of this search lies in its inclusion of the Sex Offender Registry and government watch lists. S2Verify recommends that this search always be used in conjunction with a county or statewide search.
Sex Offender Search
There are national and state-level sex offender registries that are compiled by the states. Although sex offenders are required to register when they move to a new state, they do not always do so. It is for this reason that we recommend checking the national sex offender registry. This product provides a search of all public registries and includes many but not all tribal registries. This search is included in the National Criminal File Search.
Government Watch Lists
Search government watch listings including ICE, US. Marshals Major Fugitive, DEA Fugitives,Excluded Party list, FBI; Cyber crimes, Crimes Against Children, Domestic Terrorist, Criminal plus many more. Government Watch Lists are included in the National Criminal File Search.
County Criminal Search
County Criminal Reports contain information concerning felony and misdemeanor convictions, arrests, and/or pending cases. S2Verify utilizes either robotic extraction, online access of courthouses by our researchers, or a runner to physically retriee records from the courthouse. Our researchers have access to district and circuit courts in any county in the United States. Reports typically consist of offense date, nature of offense, sentencing date, disposition, and current status.
Prior to allowing our systems to search an online court house, we go through a rigorous data study to ensure that the data we get electronically is the exact same data you would get by going to the court house. In fact, we often are the company that informs the county about inaccuracies in their search technology or data.
Statewide Criminal Search
Statewide Criminal Reports, like county reports, contain information concerning felony and misdemeanor convictions, arrests, and/or pending cases. These reports typically consist of offense date, nature of offense, sentencing date, disposition, and current status. S2Verify has a best practice process in place regarding knowledge of which states have a unified statewide system. Although some states claim to have a comprehensive statewide search, that is not always the case. S2Verify can instruct you on which states it is advisable to run a statewide search.
Federal Criminal Search
Federal Criminal Records are obtained by searching the U.S. District Court's indices at the federal level. Federal violations usually will not appear in a county, state, or national criminal check. Types of crimes that would be prosecuted at the federal level are: kidnapping, drug trafficking, bank robbery, embezzlement, counterfeiting, and several other "white collar" crimes. If the crime committed involved the crossing of state borders, the defendant may also be tried in federal court. The report typically consists of offense date, nature of offense, sentencing date, disposition, and current status.
Driver History Record (MVR)
This report usually reveals: name, address, city, zip, DOB, DL Issue Date, DL Expiration, may include status, endorsement, and history on driver (accidents, suspensions, violations, and more). S2Verify has direct access to all 50 states as well as Puerto Rico. Employers that are regulated by the Department of Transportation are obligated to request up-to-date driving records every six months. MVR records report a three year standard of driving violations. The turnaround time for MVRs is usually instant with the exception of AK, PA, WA, HI, and PR.