Social Security number traces encompass a multitude of public and private sources. The most common of these are voter registration records, credit bureau header information, and U.S. Postal Service mail-forwarding records.
Since Social Security trace reports uncover alternate identities and names (including maiden names), they are the first step in most background checks. These reports identify Social Security numbers and match them to addresses and dates of birth.
This data is not a substitution for a credit report and does not include credit ratings.
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