How does it work?
The backgroundchecks.com system goes through the following steps to create the report for a US AliasSEARCH:
- With 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.
- We then 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.
- Next, we run a name and address history based on the SSN, to obtain a list of alias names, including maiden names.
- We then run a search of our database for the names found.
What is the scope and turnaround time of the US AliasSEARCH?
backgroundchecks.com offers you the #1 criminal conviction database in the industry*. The results are returned instantly, unless the order contains a request to verify matching records with the source before reporting them.
What may be reported on a US AliasSEARCH criminal record search of our database:
- Jurisdiction where record is located
- Alias names searched
- Case number
- Filing date
- Degree of offense, like misdemeanor
- Disposition date
Because California, Connecticut, Maine, Minnesota and Indiana currently require us to verify criminal matches found during our instant search directly at the source before reporting them, we are prevented from providing criminal records instantly in these five states. Read more about our US AliasVERIFY