Admit it, you’re curious about what you would find if you did a criminal background check on someone but you’re also hesitating because you aren’t sure you’ll be able to interpret the results of your seearch.
If you’re worried that the records will be returned to you looking like some alien dialect because of all the court codes (filled with PGBC (pled guilty before the court) or ATLC (agreed to lesser charge) seriously, don’t worry about it. Yes, the criminal records you’re searching come from the various court houses around the county as a public record. But they are normally keyed in to be read by the public and only rarely will you come across a hard-to-decipher code. If you do, just check out glossary or notify customer service and you’ll get help fast.
You can’t start doing a criminal background check until you open a free account. The sign up process is fasts and simple and once you open your account you can pick and choose the type or types of background checks you want to perform. Felony, misdemeanor, arrests, convictions and even sex offender information is all available to you.
And the last word, if you’re worried about being discreet, don’t give it another thought . The individual that you’re doing a criminal background check on will not be contacted or notified that their records have been pulled.