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Bad things don’t happen around my neighborhood. There’s not a fender-bender that goes unpunished – not on my watch. And if you even think about parking in a no-park zone, I’ve got my eye on you, buddy.
Neighbors think I’m ex-CIA., but really I’m just your typical Average Joe. My secret is Docusearch, a large online private investigation service. And thanks to their resources, I’m regionally known as a purveyor of parking peace and an enforcer of good driving.
Docusearch.com’s license plate search keeps me in the know so I can keep my neighborhood in-line. For $39 I receive the first and last name, address, registration and expiration date, make and model of vehicle, VIN number, title number, and lien holder name. But most importantly, I am guaranteed that this information is accurate and up-to-date.
The licensed private investigators at Docusearch are subject to regulation and purchase a license plate search on my behalf with the state DMV. This means I get results fast, typically one business day, and they come directly from state DMV.
Many neighbors try to compete with my inferior driver registration knowledge I get directly from Docusearch.com. But they quickly learn there is no free online database of license plate numbers. And databases who require a hidden search fee normally have outdated, incomplete records. They’ve even gone as far as hiring a private investigator, but they run pretty pricey at $150-300 for a license plate lookup service completed in your local area.
So for now I guard my secret of Docusearch.com and their license plate lookup service zealously. Not knowing where I get my information keeps them on their toes. So when it comes to safety, towing, or even investigations regarding insurance, debt or fraud, my neighbors come to me and I go to Docusearch.com.