Important Notices for Using PeopleSmart
You Can Use PeopleSmart to:
Find, Reconnect, Reunite
PeopleSmart makes finding others and coming together easy and simple. Here are some great ways PeopleSmart can be used reignite a connection:
Out of touch? Find a family member. Plan a reunion. Come together.
Want to find your friends of yesteryear? Go for it, reconnect.
Revisit the powerful bonds formed together. Reach out and reconnect.
Rekindle long lost love. See if the sparks still fly.
Organize Social Gatherings
PeopleSmart lets you reach out to expand or build a network. Here are some ways to use PeopleSmart to bring groups together:
Contact alumni and make the reunion bigger and better.
Grow a network of those with shared interests. Share your hobby with others.
Connect with your community, build donor lists, and recruit and reconnect with helpers.
You can use PeopleSmart to enhance personal and family safety. Keep in mind, though, that you can’t use PeopleSmart for hiring a nanny, making decisions on employment, credit, insurance, or tenant screening, all of which are prohibited by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Before you sign a lease, look into the past record of potential roommates.
Look up someone you met online. Date with peace of mind.
Online to Offline Commerce
Verify who you’re meeting or transacting with before you make the exchange.
See what others see in your public records. Check for inaccuracies. If you’re interested in identity protection, consider IdentitySmart, which is owned by our parent company, Inflection.
Use Records Professionally
PeopleSmart is an excellent tool for professionals who need the highest quality court and public records data on the Internet.
Forget the red tape. Get court records online and with ease.
Look for information on clients, prospects, or beneficiaries.
Real Estate Prospects
Build your real estate prospect list. Know who you’re meeting before the meeting.
You Can’t Use PeopleSmart for Anything Prohibited by the FCRA
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires that only special agencies known as “consumer reporting agencies” sell consumer reports. PeopleSmart is not a consumer reporting agency and does not make consumer reports. That means you can’t use PeopleSmart when making decisions about someone’s eligibility for employment, credit, insurance, or housing.
It’s against the law to use PeopleSmart for:
The FCRA prohibits using PeopleSmart to hire household workers, including nannies and babysitters.
Credit or Insurance Eligibility
The FCRA prohibits using PeopleSmart to determine credit or insurance eligibility. If you’re looking to run employment-related credit checks (and are eligible to do so), you can do so at GoodHire, an FCRA-compliant employment screening service from PeopleSmart’s parent company, Inflection.
The FCRA prohibits using PeopleSmart to conduct tenant screening.