The USAliasSEARCH offers a fast, low-cost way to check whether a person has committed crimes under names other than the ones you submit for screening.
Criminal Searches starting with known aliases based on the SSN.
The USAliasSEARCH report may include these elements:
You usually receive results instantly*
*Our reporting of criminal records is not instant in CA, CT, IN, ME, and MN. These states require us to verify any matches we find in our criminal database before we can report the results to you. If the instant criminal database search reports no records at all, we’ll show you the report instantly.
The USAliasSEARCH draws information from our proprietary database which contains more than 650 million records. It’s volume of records makes it the top criminal record database in the United States.
To create the report USAliasSEARCH report, we go through these steps:
01- You provide the full name and the social security number (SSN) of the person for whom you’re searching.
We call this person the subject of your search. You include the subject’s first, middle, and last names. You also provide the subject’s SSN. We need this to link various names or aliases to the same person.
02- We run a name and address history in our database. We do this to create a list of alias names for the same SSN.
The records may include:
- Maiden names
- Previous married names
- Middle names used as first names
- Nicknames and other aliases
03- We check the database of the Social Security Administration (SSA).
04- The SSA tells us if the person has died.
The SSA’s Death Master Index tracks social security recipients who have passed away. If the SSA returns a result that shows the SSN was listed on the Death Master Index. we alert you that the subject might be using false information. This allows you to better identify and prevent identity fraud.
05- We run a search of criminal records in our database.
06- We prepare a report of our findings and present it in our platform.
If the search has found criminal history – or what we call hits – the report provides details of the hits.