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How to Find Dirt On Someone

True Crime Daily published a story about Texas father Brandon Moore, who furiously confronted his daughter Maddie’s abuser—his best friend, Sean. Determined to catch the guy, he left the house when Maddie was alone and recorded the whole thing while he lurked outside. The good news is that Sean was caught. The bad news is that it only happened after five long years of Maddie’s suffering. This type of crime could happen right under our noses with friends and family members, and we might not be aware of it. However, it can be avoided. That’s why you should nip this problem in the bud and check on someone’s dirty past at the first hint of suspicion. In this article, you’ll learn how to find dirt on someone anonymously and safely. Keep reading to learn more.

Look For Criminal Records

If it’s your first time doing a background check, it’s okay to feel a bit overwhelmed with the information you’ll find on a public record site. The process in itself is very simple: insert the name of the person you want to know about, and the web site will give you a list of charges (if whoever you’re looking for has any criminal records or other charges). You’ll also find their family member’s names, their contact information, and more. Using a public records search is the easiest and fastest way to find a mugshot, arrest records, or even just to find out if someone you know has been charged with violent crimes. You can find information on people from all over the United States, and all searches are completely confidential. If you can’t find mugshots or any of the information you’re looking for, there are other, equally simple ways to look for dirt.

Set Up Digital Cameras Around the House

Your small office or your housefront will always have a great place to hide a camera, as long as the device not too big. Depending on the room or area you want to record, you should find a way to make the video cameras you’ll use nearly imperceptible in plain sight. Whatever happens when you’re out will be caught. It’s fine to use a digital camcorder if you have one at home, as long as you set it up properly. The price range of new digital security and surveillance cameras may vary, but you can still buy refurbished camcorders if you’re saving money. You can then take the opportunity to buy other certified, refurbished electronics and accessories for a lower price.

Discover Their Social Media Handles

Despite online privacy concerns, users still overshare information as if it’s the right thing to do. Whoever you’re searching for is no exception. If you’re looking for additional information about a person—older pictures, education history, or friends of friends—social media might hand you what you need. Their main contact information will most likely be there, as well. Keep in mind that some people are smarter than the average user and avoid oversharing, or they might stay away from social networks to prevent legal trouble. If that’s the case, public records are the way to go.

Talk to Someone Who Knows Them

This alternative is a bit risky, but worth it if you want more specific information. All in all, it should be your last resort. Check for their mutual friends/followers on social media and jump into a private conversation about this person. A few questions to ask are:
  • Have you met this person before?
  • Are they reliable?
  • How did they act around you?
  • Are they/have they been in some kind of trouble before?
Try and shape those questions around your situation. By all means, avoid contacting close relatives or family members as they could take it personally. Go for mutual friends instead, and only if they respect your privacy. On a final note, keep in mind that hearsay can severely scar someone’s reputation. Before saying you’ve found dirt on someone, make sure you have all your facts straight.]]>

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