Ever try Googling someone only to come up with basic information and maybe a link or two to an outdated social media profile? There’s a new website going around that promises to reveal much more then just a simple google search can show you.
Been issued a speeding ticket? Failed to stop at a stop sign? What about your family members? And friends? If you are like most of us, the answer to at least one of those questions is “yes”—the vast majority of us have slipped up at least once or twice.
Search And Confirm aggregates hundreds of millions of publicly available criminal, traffic, and arrest records and posts them online so they can easily be searched by anyone. Members of the site can literally begin searching within seconds, and are able to check as many records as they like (think: friends, family, neighbors, etc. etc.).
Previously, if you wanted to research someone’s arrest records, you might have had to actually go in to a county court office—in the appropriate county—and formally request information on an individual. This process may have taken days or weeks, or the information might not have been available at all. With websites like Search And Confirm, however, a background check takes just a few clicks of the mouse, and no more than a minute or two.
Want to give it a real-world test? Pull your own report. You might reveal long forgotten crimes you committed in your younger days. Even been busted for possession of a fake ID? Been caught shoplifting? Get in trouble with the cops for being rowdy at a bar? Search And Confirm may reveal exactly when and where you were arrested.
“You might reveal long forgotten crimes you committed in your younger days.”
After that, search all of your family members. If your aunt gets a speeding ticket every month, you’ll know. If your parents have kept arrests hidden from you, you could uncover them instantly.
One of the most interesting aspects of Search And Confirm is that it shows not only criminal records, but also more general background information like marriage records, divorce records, various types of licenses (medical, firearm, aviation, etc.), previous addresses, phone numbers, birthdates, estimated income levels and even satellite imagery of known addresses—it’s really pretty scary just how much information is in these reports.
In addition to giving information on the specific person you search for, the report also includes a scrolling list of “local sex offenders” for whatever region you’ve searched—along with a map plotting out the locations of those offenders. Peruse the ones that show up in your report. You might even discover someone you know on the list.
“You might even discover someone you know on the list”
Prepared to be shocked? Anyone can start running background checks on Instant Confirm within a few seconds—just click this link to get started.
If you would like to search someone you know, click here.