PeopleSpy.com, the leading website in providing instant online background reports, has recently released apps for Android and iPhone users to enjoy this service on the go. This app literally places the power of a private investigator into the hands of smartphone users, converting their device into a tool that can be used for quick reference or complete information about a personís past.
These apps merely require a name, email or phone number to obtain a complete background report about any person. This enables a quick answer to who is calling or emailing, and what they may want. If an unfamiliar number repeatedly calls a user, a quick search on the app can provide details about the callerís identity and whether they have outstanding warrants or have been convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony.
The records used to compile background reports for PeopleSpy app users were previously only available to law enforcement officials, providing the most accurate search results possible. It is no longer necessary to hire a private investigator to access this information, as these apps provide access to them for anyone who owns a smartphone. This makes investigating a personís background far less time consuming and expensive than once necessary.
Records used to compile a complete background report through the app include court and criminal records, arrest records, warrant records, marriage and divorce records, and even civil court and incarceration records. Smartphone owners can use the information returned in a background report to determine if a new acquaintance poses a danger or immediate threat, or if a current friend is being truthful about their past.
This process is as simple as searching a phone number or name of the person, and instant background results can provide more details about whether anything of interest exists in their background. These reports may also be saved and returned to at a later time when it is more convenient to look through the report more thoroughly.
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