Remember when you went to the mall and signed up for that free mp3 player? Or how about those cell phone rebates and magazine subscriptions, speeding tickets, mortgage deeds? Even your social networking profile and blog postings - they all reveal information about you that is known as public record.
Public records can refer to information that is collected by government agencies, such as county clerk's offices, court records, mortgage deeds, birth and death records, marriage and divorce records, voter registration, civil court filings, and much more. Publicly available data can also include information you provided to your credit card company, utilities companies, on warranty agreements, questionnaires and more.
It has been profitable for the groups in possession of the information to maintain tight control over this public information. Thus, they make it hard to find and expensive to access. By merging them into a single, easy to understand report, BeenVerified has alleviated the need to pay hundreds of dollars, visit thousands of county clerks, and search millions of websites to find the public records you need. BeenVerified’s mission is to make public records easy, affordable, and accurate for everyone.
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