SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / July 13, 2017 / Public records search service, TruthFinder, announces the release of TruthFinder International, a free app that aggregates background information on almost anyone. Now available in Australia, TruthFinder International provides contact information, location details, and social media profiles simply by searching for a person's name, phone number, or email address.
Following the successful release of the TruthFinder app on Google Play in the United States, TruthFinder International brings powerful search data into the hands of Android users across the globe. Users can view detailed background information about online dates, family, friends, and even themselves simply by entering a name, phone number, or email address. Reports from TruthFinder International include, when available, a person's name, contact information, location history, photos, employment, social profiles, and more.
TruthFinder developer, Adam Rich, said, ''TruthFinder International is an exciting project because it's the first time we've stepped outside of the United States. Whether you want to identify an unknown caller, double-check an online date's background or look up someone you know, the app offers a simple, yet powerful, solution.''
TruthFinder International is free for all users, and it is now available on Google Play in Australia.
TruthFinder is an online service that provides public record, people finder, and criminal record information to members on a subscription basis. TruthFinder utilizes data from state, federal, and various local sources, which have been aggregated and made available electronically. TruthFinder's user-friendly reports compile public records describing people living in the U.S. Some of the databases that TruthFinder utilizes include state sex offender information, county arrest records, court dockets, census records, and various other public records. TruthFinder does not provide consumer reports, nor is it a consumer-reporting agency, and it may not be used for consumer credit, insurance, employment, tenant screening or any other purpose subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). For more information, please review the TruthFinder help page. ###