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Are Public Records Available to Everyone?

We’ve heard people talk about “public records” before, but do we actually know what that means? It’s a pretty general term that can be difficult to explain. Generally, public records are any data a person can find when reviewing official documents or reports that are available to the public. One example is when someone searches a phone directory for someone’s phone number.

Government records are typically what make up public records. But, we need to remember not all government records are publically accessible. The government has regulations in place that allows specific data to be released and how they store and distribute the data. For the most part, public records are information about individuals; although the government may also have records on businesses and other parts of the government as well. The FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) is the entity that governs the release of this kind of data. Even though it hasn’t been around very long, the FOIA has made these records available to the public already.

These are some examples of public records:

  • Criminal Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Birth Records
  • Death Records
  • Divorce Records

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Is anyone able to run a Reverse Phone Lookup?

Absolutely! Even though there are a lot of reverse phone lookup sites, we have found that not all of those can help you with what you’re looking for. Most of the free phone number lookup sites aren’t able to provide you with the data you want because most of these sites only include records on landline telephone numbers. Most cell phone networks control who has access to their numbers and most of the time do not provide access to their numbers for free. Therefore, the free phone number lookup sites aren’t able to pay for access because they’re offering their services for free.

Also note, most of the free sites you see actually only offer about 50% of the available data. A lot of these sites don’t even let you do a criminal background search. Even if the free phone number lookup site can assist you with some of the information you’re looking for, you may want to learn more about that person/company, in which you will hit a dead end. Fortunately, a good thing about the internet is that you can still gain access to the public records you’re looking for by simply clicking on a web page to expand your search.

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With information from public records you’ll be able to identify callers without having to call them back, avoid talking to people you don’t want to, stop harassing phone calls, and stay away from telemarketers.

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