Search Identifiers

When you know the proper search identifiers, it can help you to find what you’re looking for online in records today. There are national provider identifiers that help you get public records and many of these are even available to you for free if you know how and where to look. Search identifiers can help you identify the records you need. At eVerify.com, we can help you understand search identifiers like a name, SSN, and more so you can get the court records you need.

An identifier search is one in which you use certain search criteria to help you determine what you need from a certain type of search. This criteria is often a person’s name when you are doing a people or background search but in some cases or some types of searches, it may be something else such as the name of the document you are looking for.

Without search criteria, it would be very difficult to find anything. When you learn what these identifiers are and how to use them properly, you will find it easier than ever before to find whatever you are looking for at almost any type of search resource found today.

Full Name Searches

Full name searches, of course, require the use of the subject’s full name. This may sound easy but if you don’t have the full name already, it can be a challenge. However, this does not mean that it can’t be done. You may first want to use some other resources to find out the person’s full name so that you can use a full name search to help you uncover information about that person.

Full name searches are great because you already have enough info on the person to start your search and ensure that you find the right person. You can simply Google their name as one way to start your search. You can also look for them on social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace. Continue reading

Partial Name Searches

Partial name searches, of course, require the partial use of the subject’s name. These are for you to use when you don’t have a full name of someone. When you only have a partial name and you need to find out something about someone, you want to use a partial name search.

Since search identifiers are so important, it can be very helpful if you have additional information other than just their name. For example, if you have the date of birth, location of birth or where they currently live and similar information, it can help you make sure you have the right person.

When doing a partial name search, if you have the names of siblings, parents or other family members then it can help you make sure the person you have records on is the right person. Continue reading

Strict Match Searches

Strict match searches require exact information in order to yield favorable results. As the name suggests, these searches are very strict in the fact that you must have exact information about the person before you do your search. A match will not come up when you don’t get exact with the name that you are searching for.

These are the basics on the search identifiers so now you know what you need to know to properly conduct a search. Remember that the more you know, the easier it can be to get this done and to get it done right.

We understand that searches can be intimidating, especially when you don’t know what you’re doing or haven’t done it before. It can feel like you are doing a lot of digging and never really finding what you seek. This is why we want to help you make full use of all of the resources out there for you. The first step is to gain the knowledge to do more.

Now that you understand search identifiers you are ready to begin your search. Remember that the more accurate information you have to begin, the easier it will be to find what you need. Continue reading