It’s like an itch you can’t scratch. You just have to know if that potential contractor was your elementary school bully, why your significant other is acting so strangely, or whether or not the new girl at the office is married.
Sure, hiring companies to track information down is possible, but save your cash and learn to be your own private eye. With a few tips and tools, you can scratch that itch and deal with the ramifications faster and cheaper than hiring someone.
You see, people leave cookie crumbs all over the web while they’re surfing. Many social media sites have users who don’t enable all the possible security precautions. That leaves you an open door to check personal information about relationship status, political views, and even contact information without opening your mouth to ask. Also, more serious information like criminal records and job history are available through the right surreptitious channels with just a little know-how.Learn how to search social media, government records, and even Internet history with just a few clicks and put your mind at ease. However, use your detective power only for good, and perhaps a little self-satisfaction.
Take a look at this infographic from whoishostingthis team proposes 14 ways to become your own private detective.
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