Social Security Number SSN Verification

Social Security Number SSN Verification, A True P.I

A social security number (SSN) verification is a quick and inexpensive first step in our investigations. The SSN verification or validation will provide a name and address that can be compared to the information that you have provided us.

The SSN verification can also uncover other names such as married names, maiden names, aliases, and current and previous addresses. Once we have this information, we can proceed with our many types of investigations:

  • Background check investigation
  • Public record search investigation
  • Criminal record search investigation
  • Asset search investigation
  • Witness and informant statement investigation
  • Witness location, skip trace and people search
  • Judgment, lien and bankruptcy investigations
  • Workers compensation investigation.

Asset Search

Asset Search, A True P.I

Our investigators search for the existence of hidden or lost assets and locate these assets. We offer comprehensive asset searches in the United States. Our Agency can reveal valuable and in–depth information for personal involvements or verification of credentials.

We identify and investigate various assets owned by individuals and businesses. These assets may include bank accounts, real estate properties, automobiles, aircrafts, watercrafts, vehicles, stocks, bonds, funds and unearned income from rentals, off–shore accounts, safety deposit boxes, dividends and interest from stock ownership. We can also search for assets owned through a third party such as trusts or other family members.

We provide assets searches and investigations for family law proceedings such as divorce and child support, and for civil litigations such as collection and judgment recovery. We specialize in locating assets through:

  • Public records search: department of motor vehicle records, Secretary of State filings, property records, utility records and civil and criminal court cases
  • Background check and investigation: employment search, criminal record search, Social Security Number (SSN) trace and verification, and credit history reports.
  • Bank account search
  • Tax filings search.

Public Records

Public Records, A True P.I

Under the Freedom of Information Act or each state’s open records laws, you have the right to access public information records without usually having to provide an explanation for the request. At A True P.I., we can help you search these public records.

We provide public records searches for individuals to locate missing persons or runaways, for attorneys to perform asset search, and for businesses to perform background checks and employment verification.

Public records search can include:

  • County public records: birth certificate and death certificate
  • Motor vehicle information: automobile registration, driver’s license and accident reports
  • Secretary of State filings: corporation record, uniform commercial code (UUC) filing and limited partnership
  • Property records: mortgage filing and tax appraisal
  • Utility records: water and electric bills
  • Voter registration record
  • Marriage and divorce records
  • Occupational licenses: driving school record and registration record
  • Court filings: civil and criminal court filings, probate records, bankruptcy filing, tax lien records, and mortgage default records
  • Other records of interest: concealed weapons permit, and watercraft and aircraft registrations.

Civil Records

Civil Records, A True P.I

Under the Freedom of Information Act or each state’s open records laws, you have the right to access public information records without usually having to provide an explanation for the request. At A True P.I., we can help you search these public records.

We provide public records searches for individuals to locate missing persons or runaways, for attorneys to perform asset search, and for businesses to perform background checks and employment verifications.

Public records search can include:

  • County public records: birth certificate and death certificate
  • Motor vehicle information: automobile registration, driver’s license and accident reports
  • Secretary of State filings: corporation record, uniform commercial code (UUC) filing and limited partnership
  • Property records: mortgage filing and tax appraisal
  • Utility records: water and electric bills
  • Voter registration record
  • Marriage and divorce records
  • Occupational licenses: driving school record and registration record
  • Court filings: civil and criminal court filings, probate records, bankruptcy filing, tax lien records, and mortgage default records
  • Other records of interest: concealed weapons permit, and watercraft and aircraft registrations.