When a criminal background check is requested online at Investigations123.com, the following sensitive information is going to show up on the report:
• Felonies, misdemeanors, sex crimes, etc.
• 20 years of addresses and phone numbers and details
• National arrests and court warrants
• Federal and state tax liens
• Federal and civil judgments
• Federal and state bankruptcies
• List of all known relatives including addresses and phone numbers
• Any previous roommates or associates
• Your date of birth and age
• Any maiden names
• Possible past neighbors
• Any property ownership
• Marriages and divorces
• License information including driver’s license and work licenses
The list above should give you an idea of what types of information are going to show up on your criminal background check, either about yourself, or someone else. And this information is a nationwide criminal background check – it isn’t going to be contained to a specific US state, when a criminal background check is requested online;
The information that’s contained in a criminal record is not going away on its own over time, and it’s also important to realize that sometimes the information that has been entered into a criminal record by the courts might be incorrect.
So if at any time in your life, you’ve been arrested and convicted of a crime, then you have a criminal record and it’s your duty to check your criminal record by performing a nationwide criminal background check on yourself, to confirm what has been recorded on your criminal record.
The most common feature of a background check is the criminal history of any person. This criminal history report is vital to businesses, particularly if the person is applying for a job.
Information included in the background check are crimes committed by any person (if any), the time he/she stayed in jail, probation, or if the person was ever released in parole.
If you found errors in your criminal record when you conducted your online criminal background check here at Investigations123.com, it’s up to you to have these errors corrected, because no one else is going to do it for you.
A criminal record is similar in some respects to your credit file. The information in your credit file may contain errors and this information will remain incorrect until you complain to the proper authorities for the change to take place.
The same situation applies to a criminal record, it’s up to you to challenge the information that has been recorded to your criminal record and get it corrected if it is incorrect. So, if the court recorded something that is untrue, you need to contact directly the court of conviction (in writing, by registered post) and ask that this information be corrected.
In order for you to get started, please fill in the search form, and conduct your criminal record background investigation check, here! Below is a sample report.