Permissible Purpose
The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act imposes criminal penalties-including a fine, up to two years in prison, or both against anyone who knowingly and willfully obtains information on a consumer from a consumer reporting agency under false pretenses, and other penalties for anyone who obtains such information without a permissible purpose.
- Disclaimer Source: Fair Credit Reporting Act

This locator index product may be used exclusively to identify potential previous names and addresses the applicant may have used and to obtain the applicant's date of birth and verify the applicant's Social Security Number. The results of this search shall not be used directly for the purpose of making employment decisions. However, the results may be used to broaden the scope of employment related background checks to include additional jurisdictions and names beyond those that the applicant disclosed and to narrow the background check by including the applicant's date of birth in those cases where this information is not obtained from the applicant. The results of these expanded background checks may be used for making employment decisions in accordance with the FCRA and applicable state and local statutes.

Information contained herein is derived solely from public records, which may not be 100 percent accurate or complete. Users should consult state and federal laws, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act, before using this information in making business decisions based on the results. The National Background Directory and National Criminal Search LLC are not liable from claims for damages arising from the use of this data, beyond the cost of the search(es) performed by users. Because mis-identifications may occur when trying to identify a particular person, based solely upon name and other identifiers, extreme care must be exercised in the review and use of the information available through this site. This information should not be used in legal proceedings. It is recommended that users of this database obtain the original document from the jurisdiction for the purpose of legal proceedings.