Guidance on Proper Usage

When you use, you will receive information from some of the world's most comprehensive databases that may include sensitive data. Your use of the information is governed by legal (including but NOT limited to Fair Credit and Reporting Act regulations), ethical, and moral obligations.

Please use the information you receive responsibly.
To help you better understand the specific use-cases for our services, we have provided examples of proper and improper usage below.
Important: The lists below are not comprehensive, only some common examples.
You May use an Official Report, LLC report:
  • To learn more about your existing or new neighbors.
  • To learn more about your family members.
  • To learn more about your children's friend's parents.
  • To learn more about new or existing friends.
  • To learn more about old school friends.
  • To learn more about potential dates.
  • To learn more about social media friends.
  • To learn more about online buyers or sellers.
  • To learn more about yourself.
You May Not use an Official Report, LLC report:
  • To stalk or harass another person.
  • To steal an identity.
  • For evaluating a person for employment, reassignment, promotion, or retention. Including, but NOT limited to domestic workers.
  • In leasing a residential or commercial space
  • To determine a person’s qualifications for an educational program or scholarship
  • To assess the risk of existing credit obligations of an including, but NOT limited to mortgages or insurance.
Get access to a Consumer Reporting Agency website by visiting one of the providers below. Keep in mind, Official Report LLC has no affiliation with any service listed on this page and provides links as a courtesy to our customers.

Credit Check:

Employment Check:
Sterling Infosystems
Disclaimer: Official Report's goal is to provide the general public easy and affordable access to public record information. It's important to know that Official Report, LLC does not provide private investigator services or consumer reports, and is not a consumer reporting agency per the Fair Credit Reporting Act. You may not use our site or services or the information provided to make decisions about employment, consumer credit, admission, insurance, tenant screening, or any other purpose that would require FCRA compliance. We provide more information governing permitted and prohibited uses on our Use Cases, Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy, and Legal Compliance pages.