Get the Facts on Anyone

Get the Facts on Anyone

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by Dennis King
     
 

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Indispensable for journalists and researchers, this bestselling handbook is also ideal for checking out business contacts, job-seekers, employers, customers--even prospective or current spouses! Step-by-step instructions explain exactly how to dig out the facts you want from public records and electronic sources:
  • Criss-cross directories, license bureaus, and

Overview

Indispensable for journalists and researchers, this bestselling handbook is also ideal for checking out business contacts, job-seekers, employers, customers--even prospective or current spouses! Step-by-step instructions explain exactly how to dig out the facts you want from public records and electronic sources:

  • Criss-cross directories, license bureaus, and phone records--to locate hard-to-find people
  • Biographical indexes, newspaper databases, professional and trade publications, and military and medical records--to check out people's backgrounds
  • Tax lien files, bankruptcy court records, and bank account records--to collect credit and financial information
  • Court records and case files--to research people and companies
  • Internet and other new on-line and CD-ROM resources--to track down information or missing persons

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780133518597
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Books
Publication date:
03/09/1992
Pages:
208

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Get the Facts on Anyone 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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This text is a 'must' for the investigator's library. This text is a reference for government investigators and private investigators whose primary purpose is to 'dig deep' into an individual's past employment, education, and personal activities that may affect employment behavior. I have this text on my desk for quick reference. [You will want to place tabs on relevent chapters]. This text is one of the best sources of background references since 'Where's What?' was de-classified and went out of print. The price of $6.98 from Barnes & Noble is the best deal since coffee was ten cents a cup! [Managers, order a copy for all your investigators Now.]