State Records - State Records Review

By: Chris Jensen


Making a background check for a potential employee could be a cumbersome task for any HR employee. On the other hand, it would also be expensive for the company to hire a private investigator to do it. Fortunately, there are online databases where you could access official state records about a person for a minimal fee. One of these databases is staterecords.org.
One advantage of searching state records instead of a national database is that you could limit the possibility of false positive returns. Usually, a similar name could crop up in another state record search which is not the person that you intend to look for. On the other hand, by knowing which states your prospective employee have gone or stayed before, you could limit your searches in those states only.
Staterecords.org had stored in their databases many state records and has constantly updated them. They include birth, death and marriage records. You could also search for court filings such as criminal, civil or bankruptcy court records.
The wealth of information that you could get from state records are limited by law. State and federal law prohibits personal financial information such as social security number and bank accounts to be accessible to the public. This is to prevent scam artists from using these information from defrauding people.
State records could provide information to any individual aside from employers. With its accessibility, it should therefore be a personal conviction of people who are searching state records for information to use what they will get with prudence. Using it for other purposes than what is intended by law might be a reason to lawmakers change to the law in order to restrict our access to it. This is the last thing that we want to happen. For access to information is a powerful tool for any individual to have in todays business environment.

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