DATABASES YOU CAN USE FOR POLITICAL CORRUPTION INVESTIGATIONS
Posted on Wednesday 24 September 2014, - - updated on 11/11/18 - Permalink
The same databases that bad guys use to attack reporters, whistle-blowers and investigators can be table-turned to take down the bad guys. Let's take a look:
* You need to create a user account with every database you can, or use a search intermediary partner. Some communities get together to pool funds for memberships. You can now even crowd-fund all of your DB search memberships and search fees. * Make a file on your computer for each person, company, trip, etc. that you are investigating and put all of the results, from each database, in that "Cull Folder". * After you have searched all of the info you can possibly find on that target, go through your "Cull Folder" and filter out the duplicates. * Using these systems, you can take down an entire corrupt corporate rogue group in a week-end, from the comfort of your living room. * You may not be surprised to discover that 75% of elected officials will not pass a back-ground check.
CURRENT DATABASES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC CORRUPTION INVESTIGATIONS:
(type each company name into a search engine to find their latest links)
GIS BackGround Checks
Dun And Bradstreet
Keep looking, online, for new databases, there are over 1200 of them out there, with new ones popping up all the time. Beware of hacker Database fire sales. Many hackers, particularly in Russia, will offer to sell you, for example: "Every credit card transaction that any Sony executive member made on a credit card that had the word "Sony" in the corporate name on the card..." These hackers probably have real, actual data...but, the second you start communicating with them you will be flagged by the feds. Be very careful. Try to source domestically.
- Credit Headers and Consumer Credit Reports
- Real-time and Historical Telephone Information
- Motor Vehicle Registration and Licensing Information
DATABASE SEARCH INTERMEDIARIES: