Comprehensive Report

Comprehensive Report

The AnswerLady Comprehensive Report includes as much of the following information as is available for the person in question, and all of the data shown in a report can also be downloaded in the form of a PDF file.

Personal and Contact Information

    • First, last, and middle names
    • Birth date
    • Possible alternate names (also known as)
    • Current and previous phone numbers
    • Current and previous email addresses

Properties and Residences

    • Current and previous residence addresses (whether owned or leased), including Google Maps data
    • Current and previous properties owned, including size and estimated value

Financial

Financial records include available court information, such as name, identifying code, address, and phone number, as well as the date and liability amount for the following case types:

    • Bankruptcies
    • Judgements
    • Tax liens
    • Mechanics liens
    • Foreclosures
    • Evictions

Associates and Relatives

The list of associates is comprised of people who are in some way linked to the search subject, and may include relatives by marriage, friends, or business partners. Relatives may include current and former spouses, parents, siblings, and children (with the exception of minors). A summary of each associate and relative includes the information listed below, but the AnswerLady interface also allows viewing a full report for the selected person:

    • Full name
    • Possible alternate names (also known as)
    • Birth month and year
    • Phone number
    • Email address
    • Current residence

Criminal Records and Traffic Violations

When available, the comprehensive report will include publicly-reported criminal and traffic court records with the information listed below. These may include traffic violations, arrests, warrants, misdemeanors, felonies, sex offender registries, and other records.

In some cases, existing criminal and traffic records may not appear—for example, if the associated state or local government agencies choose not to publish them, or the records have been expunged or simply removed from publicly-accessible databases.

    • Defendant name
    • Defendant booking photograph
    • Case number
    • Date on which charges were filed
    • Classification code (examples include felony, misdemeanor, traffic violation, etc.)
    • Description of the charges
    • Disposition (examples include plea, pled not guilty, conviction, etc.)
    • Court information