9 out of 10 times, an individual can be located the most quickly and most cost effectively by a CT Private Investigator when running a Social Security Number Search. A nationwide search of the subject’s Social Security Number provides our client with the subject’s name, any past and possibly current reported addresses that were or are associated with their social security number.
HOW A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER TRACE IS CONDUCTED
Once our CT Private Detective receives the subject’s social security number it is then entered into a National Investigative Registered Database (NIRD). Those databases are utilized only by licensed CT Private Investigators and other agencies that qualify for use. Internet searches offered to you claiming that you can run a subject’s social security number and it will magically give you the most current and accurate information, are a scam. Most will only provide you with historical information which is past addresses that have been recycled and archived and will be of no use to you in your quest for current information. The searches our CT Private Investigator conducts for you with our SSN Trace Service provides you with information that is derived from major consumer reporting agencies and record storage centers. The information our investigators develop are retrieved from the top portion of credit reports, credit card applications and other current credit sources that are called, “Credit Headers.” That is the section of credit documents where identifying information about the subject is contained. More specifically, primary and most current address information. Requesting information from those document sections protects the researcher and remains undetected by the subject. They are never notified of the request of information.
Using the subject’s Social Security Number for location and information purposes is the most powerful and effective search today. The reason is that a Social Security Number is the most powerful unilateral source of identifying information on a person since its inception on August 14, 1935 and although it was originally and is still in existence really to be able to track money earned by each citizen of the United States, it has been used by others for information and tracking purposes since. Today you cannot by employed legally or open a bank account or get a loan or a car or home without the use of your Social Security Number. Each time your Social Security Number is used, it eventually is siphoned into the three largest credit bureaus and several government agencies.
The information reported when intercepted by the Credit Headers is the subject’s last updated address, a scroll of previous listed addresses within a ten year period, any current or previously listed telephone numbers, aliases or other spelled names that the subject has used, the subject’s current age and date of birth. The Credit Header search using a subject’s Social Security Number will also search The Social Security Administration and will disclose whether the number is still current or has expired due to a death of the Social Security holder and will tell you the state and year that the Social Security Number was issued. If someone else has been using your subject’s Social Security Number or if your subject has been using someone else’s Social Security Number to escape their past, our report will include that as well.
For Employers that utilize our services for Pre-Employment Background Investigations, our Social Security Number Trace is invaluable. It will immediately tell them if the person who is using a particular Social Security Number is a legal citizen or is using a false Social Security Number to attempt to illegally obtain gainful employment.
Other useful information that is obtained and provided with our Social Security Trace are neighbors, their addresses and telephone numbers of each of the addresses where the subject currently or last resided, any Judgements, Liens or Bankruptcies that the subject may have had in their past as well as detailed property records if available.
DO I NEED A SUBJECT’S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER TO RUN THE SEARCH?
No. Many times, our clients have the subject’s name and other identifying information and using that information our CT Investigator can identify the subject’s Social Security Number first and then run the Social Security Trace as a secondary database search. Additional fees may apply to first obtain the subject’s Social Security Number.
Let our CT Private Investigators conduct your Social Security Trace Today! Contact one of our investigators today for a free telephone consultation. 800-572-8806.