Online “trainers” make this mistake all the time and I don’t want you to get into their bad habit (of ignorance, I presume) and that’s to refer to all public records request as F.O.I.A. request or Freedom of Information Act request!
F.O.I.A. is for federal public records.
Unless your state just happens to refer to their public records statutes as FOIA, then that state may have a public records law, but it’s not called F.O.I.A.!
Also I have a bonus tip in this weeks video that can save you from throwing up red flags when your new and speaking with an experienced professional investigator.
And, of course, don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it right here…
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P.S. – My previously invitation only Public Records Mini-Course is open to the public so now you can learn about criminal records history, divorce records, OSINT sources and methods and other skip tracing and background check secrets use by professional investigators!
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Private Investigators use a variety of sources and methods to find people and do background checks including the liberal use of public records.