This checklist provides guidance for anyone wishing to accomplish a thorough
and complete Due Diligence Background Check. Before proceeding, you might
want to check your state's requirements concerning legal matters and, "Due
The goal here is to positively identify your subject. Database data
derived are from credit reports, utility bills and magazine subscriptions.
Results will vary depending on the information you provide. When comparing
data derived from initial perusing, discrepancies will stand out like a red
flag! A different DOB or SSN; one or more of these disclosures may
indicate an area of concern. One will question: "Why?"
Important: Before proceeding with anything else, run these additional
searches to complete a thorough Personal Information and Identity
Social Security Number
Preliminary Name and Address
Driver's License Information
Once you have accomplished the Identity Searches listed above, run these
National Background Trace
Previous & Non-Verified
Possible Properties Owned by
Business Relationships & Professional Information
An individual's assets are often discovered in the name of a business or
partnership. Personal and business collateral is often provided for business
loans. Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings may include the name(s) of bank
that provided the business loan. A Business Credit Report will provide
meaningful, invaluable information, like the names of owners and top
management, as well as giving credit ratings within the particular industry
Business relationships &
Company Name Search
Professional License Searches
These searches verify employment, professional licensing, and educational
achievement. This is very important information required when conducting a
comprehensive Due Diligence Background Check.
If you hold a judgment or are considering a lawsuit to collect money you are
owed, real property (with the exception of exempted real property),
vehicles, aircraft, and boats, are easiest to attach.
Nationwide Property Ownership
Motor Vehicles Registration
Civil Court Records
Check the county Civil Court for lawsuits, judgments and liens, which will
reveal a great deal about a person's financial situation, and reliability.
Some filings, like liens, lawsuits and judgments, often appear as a
"derogatory" discloser on a credit report.
Evictions, Lawsuits, Judgments
National Bankruptcy Records
Federal Civil Court
To conduct a through and complete criminal records database search, first
confirm your subject's previous addresses, including the counties of
residence. All states do not operate a statewide criminal courts database.
All states do not contribute or report to a national database. Therefore,
there is no national database of all criminal records. Always check four
levels of criminal records: National Department of Corrections (DOC), for
current and past felons; Federal Criminal, for crimes that fall into the
federal jurisdiction; Statewide Criminal, for those states that have such a
reporting system; and, of course, County Criminal Courts maintain the most
concise and up-to-date documentation available to all.
Arrests & Warrants
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person's identity and provides the essential facts you most need to know.
Background investigations are performed for business or personal reasons.
The depth and breadth of information returned will often make the difference
between success and failure in a variety of relationships.
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