How To Find A Social Security Number Online: 2019 Update

6 Things You Should Know Before You Attempt To Find Someone's SSN.

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Docusearch Investigators - Updated on October 25, 2019

Docusearch is a licensed private investigative agency with over 35 years of experience finding Social Security Numbers and sensitive, non-public information for permissible purposes. Our unparalleled access to sensitive information is why we're the favorite among leading attorneys and debt collectors, nationwide.

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This Guide provides everything you need to know to find someone's Social Security Number for permissible purposes. All our searches are performed by real Private Investigators and the subject is never contacted.

We've provided an FAQ list below on 6 answers you should know before requesting to find a Social Security Number.

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW!
  1. 1. Are Social Security Numbers Considered Public Records? Though used for a variety of purposes, Social Security Numbers ARE NOT public records, as they allow access to many sensitive documents and personal information. More regarding privacy...
  2. 2. Is It Legal To Search For Someone's Social Security Number? Generally not, however there are permissible exceptions such as child support collection, debt collection, civil or criminal litigation, 1099 issuance and fraud, to name a few. More on permissible purpose...
  3. 3. If Have a Permissible Purpose, What Must I Do To Find A Social Security Number? You should place your order request with Docusearch and be interviewed by our Compliance Department to authenticate your identity and substantiate your permissible purpose. More on compliance...
  4. 4. What Information Is Needed To Find Someone's Social Security Number? You will need the full name, current or recent address and age of your subject. Date of birth is helpful. More on what's needed...
  5. 5. How Does Docusearch Find Social Security Numbers? We have access to the major credit bureaus. Your subject must have an established credit history (good or bad), and be over 21 years old. More details...
  6. 6. What Does It Cost To Find A Social Security Number? The cost to find someone's Social Security Number is $49 and takes less than an hour, once the compliance interview has occurred. More information regarding cost and guarantees...

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