Public records are after all, public records. What this means is that anybody may view them directly from the physical source which includes courthouses, county recording offices, police departments, State departments and many more government facilities. It means travel, time and expenses with no guarantee that you will find the records you are looking for. We would like to offer you the most comprehensive in-depth report in the industry at an unbeatable price. This is a "hands-on" search, not downloaded software to refer you to sites like ours and a few free online databases. Our data is collected from private pay-per-use proprietary databases of Public Records , State Repositories and Credit Reporting bureaus as well as court and records researchers, then merged together in an user-friendly report format which can be e-mailed or faxed.