posted on Jun, 21 2005 @ 11:54 PM
Take whatever information obtained with a healthy dose of skepticism. It may or may not be accurate.
I sent in my money to an internet firm that advertised 'find out everything about someone" to dig up what they could on me.
My current street address was right, but wrong city. Phone number was right with wrong area code, and the area code did not match the wrong city
Past residences were interesting. They had my address correct when I was attending high school, which was the correct school and date of graduation.
Then I had a honorable discharge from the Army (wrong -- did not enter the service, medical rejection). After that I was working in a machine shop
in Texas while living in Des Moines, IA. The daily commute must have been a killer (both are wrong). A part time job for a medical supply company
was correct, even though I was paid in cash under the table. Some past jobs were correct, some were not.
Criminal history was all wrong. Two speeding tickets in Pennsylvania (never been there). Real traffic citations did not show up, and neither did an
real unfortunate indiscretion in my early twenties.
No college education listed, even though I was a member of two honor societies and in an academic Who's Who.
All things considered I feel better now. The information was so full of inaccuracies my 'file' is worthless.
[edit on 21-6-2005 by dave_54]