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Pubic Data is collected from various sources and websites throughout the United States including arrests logs, police records, state and local police and other similar types of resources.

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Unlimited Criminal Checks has been collecting data for the past 20 years from sources Government resources such as state Dept.

of Corrections, County/State Court Records and Dockets and Statewide Sex Offender Registries In addition to our free criminal checks service for our website visitors, we also offer a Developers API service which allows you to include our data on your website or in your application.

Most all public data throughout the United States is free, however there is no centralized system to search all states at once, that is other than Unlimited Criminal Checks!

Sometimes, if a victim logs onto one of the phony websites with a smartphone, they could also end up downloading malicious software that could give criminals access to anything on the phone.Here’s how smishing and vishing scams work: criminals set up an automated dialing system to text or call people in a particular region or area code (or sometimes they use stolen customer phone numbers from banks or credit unions).The victims receive messages like: “There’s a problem with your account,” or “Your ATM card needs to be reactivated,” and are directed to a phone number or website asking for personal information.But beware: It could be a “smishing” or “vishing” scam…and criminals on the other end of the phone or website could be attempting to collect your personal information in order to help themselves to your money.While most cyber scams target your computer, smishing and vishing scams target your mobile phone, and they’re becoming a growing threat as a growing number of Americans own mobile phones.

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