The context of SSN Search
Social Security Number Search is a very important way of locating and tracing people. Why? Because your social security number is attached to almost every “transaction” with the state and federal administration. It could be a job, welfare, insurance, a crime. It doesn’t matter. Your social security number is attached to you!
What is SSN Search?
Put very simply, SSN search uses your social security number to trace your activities. It enables – very easily – a whole host of data on you (or the person being searched) to be retrieved quickly. You can find out more about what data an SSN Search report might contain here.
SSN = Government Transactions
SS numbers are the key identifying number used for official government transactions. They are also used on credit records. There is, therefore, a huge amount of information connected with someone’s social security number.
SSN Search Usage
Of course, anything connected with the social security administration which, in particular, falls under the credit reporting act and FCRA regulated purposes which indeed must be used for legitimate purposes only.
Usage examples may include the following contexts:
- deceased individuals
- credit cards and applications
- employment applications
- keeping track which deaths were reported in the case of deceased persons
- credit reporting act FCRA
- social security death index
- individuals reported to the social security administration