You no longer have to go to the police or the government to find out someone's background. Finding out someone's background is as easy as performing an Internet search. However, there are many sites that requires the searcher to pay a fee in order to find out someone's background. You need to know how to perform a search correctly, and need to determine what information you want to find out about a person.
Conduct an Internet search for "Background Checks." There are many sites on the Internet that allow you to conduct a background search on someone, however most of them offer a fee to the searcher. There are a couple of web sites listed below under "Resources," that offer these services.
Check to see if the websites that come up for your results, offer free services or if you need to buy the service before you start your search. If paying a fee is not an issue for you, than just look for the site that offers the service that you want. There are different prices for each service, so try to decide which service you want and how much information you wish to receive about the person.
Conduct a search on the particular person you want information on, once you have registered for the service. Just fill in the information that is needed in order to perform your search.
Look to see if the information given on the person was helpful or if you need to perform any further searches. Depending on the person's name or information, you may get many results so you may have to be more specific on your search.
Take time to do elaborate research. There are many websites that offer many of these background services, but in order to get the one that really applies to you and your needs, you need to do your research. There are many sites that charge monthly, weekly or daily, so read the directions and agreements carefully.