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Your Identity Supplied by County Clerks?

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posted on Aug, 24 2008 @ 03:23 AM

From Source:

Jackson County, OR - During an investigation into the legitimacy of the Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) process, the US~Observer uncovered a cache of private information accessible from a home computer as well as by going into a county clerk's office and doing a simple search. The source was the Jackson County Clerk's Office and the public records they make accessible - specifically the NFTL documents....

So, to make sure it is clear, if archieved Before '04 on file in public documents at a courthouse anywhere, USA, your name, addess, SS#, can be obtained within a list that contains hundreds if not thousands of complete ID's from courthouses, although full SS# disclosures were found up to '06, for as little as $.25 which will be cheerfully printed for you at the Clerk's office.

Black market value of up to $15.00 per ID, so hundreds or thousands at that rate for $.25.

That would be approximately 7 cents at the current value of a quarter dollar coin.

Evidently, old archieves are not reopened to insure privacy of your ID info.

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[edit on 27-8-2008 by Jbird]


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