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The ins and outs of social security number driven name and address history

By Michael Klazema on 10/20/2013
The US OneTRACE check is the fastest, easiest and most cost effective way to retrieve the best possible address history for a subject, aside from asking the subject for the information and relying on their comprehensive listing of their past address history.

Employers frequently desire to order county criminal record searches in all counties where the subject lived in the past seven years. If you want to make that selection based on an independent listing of addresses, the US OneTRACE is your best option. The US OneTRACE check is included as part of our US AliasSEARCH or US AliasVERIFY instant criminal database searches.


Additional benefits of providing a social security number as part of an instant criminal database search:

When you provide a full name including first, middle and last name, and the social security number (SSN), we report the state and the approximate date of issuance of the SSN for Social Security Numbers issued prior to the Social Security Administration's (SSA) randomization initiative started in June 25, 2011 and we run the SSN through the SSA Death Master Index and alert you if the SSN belong to a deceased person. This allows you to better identify and prevent identity fraud.

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