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Online dangers grow by the day. Every week, there’s a new cybersecurity threat, a new credit card hack, and a new way for your private information to fall into the wrong hands.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could discover exactly what people can learn about you online?
That’s possible with TruthFinder. This powerful online tool uncovers data even Google can’t find. You can use it to look up criminal records, phone numbers, aliases, email addresses, home addresses, and deep web photos for almost anyone in the United States — including yourself.
Has your privacy been exposed? Here’s how you can find out.
What People Can Learn About You
Unless you literally live off the grid in a cabin in the woods, your personal information is part of the “public record” — local, state, and federal data that is publicly accessible. This data comes from census data, property ownership records, police reports, and other government sources.
TruthFinder crawls through all of this info and shows you exactly what people can learn about you online. Basically, if you have a social security number, a driver’s license, or a mortgage, at least some of your personal information is part of the public record.