How to Search For Public Records Online


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There are literally millions of public records -- or even billions -- of public records provided by government agencies, reporting agencies and other organizations that can be accessed by you on the Internet...

... if you know where to find them, that is.

Whether you want to conduct a thorough background check on someone, look for a foreclosure auction, investigate a property, discover information about a phone number or address, investigate a company, search for inmates’ criminal records and arrest records, lookup financial records, access available court records -- or carry out virtually ANY kind of investigation -- public records are going to be the most valuable source of data for you.

However, what's peculiar is that these records not always easy to find. In fact, for particular records, especially those from remote or small areas, finding them can almost be impossible.

That's where Search and Spy comes in.

We connect you directly to more than 72 individual data sources- - most of which are hard to find and not commonly used by people other than attorneys, private investigators and law enforcement agencies.

Many of these data sources are a full and complete directory of searchable databases, each containing thousands of public records.

There are well over 115 million records available at your fingertips when you use Search and Spy as your investigative dashboard* for online searches!

In short, Search and Spy turns your computer into your very own private investigator!

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* Search and Spy is a comprehensive directory of research tools that allows users to their investigative activities. does not directly provide records and reports about a particular person, property or other kind of search inquiry.

Our estimation of approximately 115 million records is a very conservative figure, since each data source and searchable database that we include as a resource contains a wealth of information that consist of live records that are constantly updated. Most of these sources of data are hosted by United States Government agencies and courts, but are very difficult to find with conventional internet searches.