CheckPeople.com is a new people finder website which says that you can search for anyone using their “Best in Class Tool for People Search” as well as acquire background checks and look up phone numbers.
Online people finder services which can be accessed without special permission only really allow you to search for records that are available to the general public. But the website says that these records can be used both for finding friends and family members that you’ve lost track of, as well as providing necessary background check info.
If you choose their service to provide a background check, they can offer you criminal records, phone number and address history, access to sex offender databases, tax liens, and more. The website says these basic record searches can help keep you and your family safe.
They also say that they can help you reverse look up phone numbers – simply enter the number of the person who has called you and the website says they can identify numbers from landlines, cell phones, and even numbers which are “unlisted.”
Once you determine what sort of information you are looking for, CheckPeople.com will provide it for you in a single, easy to read report for $29.95. Or you can choose to pay a subscription fee and receive unlimited reports.
A one month subscription costs $24.95, while a three month subscription costs $14.95 per month and a six month subscription costs $10.95 per month. While you are a subscriber, you can access any number and any type of reports you choose.
For people who do not wish to have their personal records accessed by these people finder websites, you can choose to exercise their “Remove My Info” option, which allows you to remove your records from their database so it will no longer be available to searchers.
If you have any experience with this website, please leave your CheckPeople.com reviews below.
70 ‘CheckPeople.com’ Reviews
The site is lacking in terms of how much information they give you for your money.
When you call in to cancel they do not actually cancel the account so you must keep an eye on your account. THEN - when they charge you again they refuse to refund.
BAD BUSINESS and BAD BUSINESS PRACTICES
I purchased one report for $7.99, which I thought was reasonable.
Two months later I discovered that I had been charged monthly subscription fees of $29.16 each. I did not knowingly sign up for a subscription, and can only assume this is another of those companies that are there solely for that purpose - to trick you into a subscription.
I called customer service and talked with an employee who would only refund one of the subscription fees. The end result? I paid $37.15 for one report!
This just happened to me. Subscribed to 3day $4.99 trial. Looking for info on long lost friend. Found info, called and cancelled same day. Cancellation seems to go well. Have a confirmation number and email verification. So far good. Decided since I could usec for 2 more days to look up myself. Information such as relatives, former addressed linking me to the name were absolutely correct...then I looked at criminal records and got the shock. Bogus theft charges, using addresses allegedly mine were not only places I'd never lived but didnt match any in tje address file that I could document as being correct. Prompted me to look at the "reports" of my two grown children. Same as before: accuracy with regard to addresses, relatives and most acquaintances, but that criminal charges "report" was dangerously inaccurate. One record listed a battery charge against my Son when he was 10yrs old!!! They dont know about this yet. Trying to get some redress. I'm not one to sit on things like this. Immediately called customer service to report what I found. He guided me throygh a process of removing the report...but unacceptable until I know whete this info originated. Was told the company was merely a search engine and only pulled data from outside sources. Do you know he insulted my intelligence by telling me this data...regarding criminal charges!!!...came from the three credit reporting agencies!!! Either the CS Rep, who otherwise was very nice, didnt know better or was counting on me not knowing better. I dunno...maybe it was a sign for me to order my credit reports, which I have done. Also spoke directly with a warm body at Equifax who looked at my report on line and assured me there were no references to criminal charges, would not be on my credit report, and if were would not be released from them as part of the public domain. I will be persuing this. Very dangerous especially at a time when people are engaging in finding new work; changing careers etc. I will be looking specifically at this company's bogus abuse of information,since I have used similiar services for same reason, in same way and never once have seen this type of info against my name...OMGoodness and my children!! Completely unacceptable. Please for all of you who went through this and too much time has gone by to get access to the bogus reports without re-subscribing,(heaven forbid!!), note that I will be persuing this to satisfactory resolve. Having 2 days access on this trial, I will take screen shots for a permanent record,along with seeking out a corporate response. I dont feel its enough to tell consumers to just request their "reports" be removed. We have a right to know how and why this inaccurate data was generated, and more importantly that it will not continue to happen, most importantly if there are no assurances it will not continue; the consumer has a right to request that their data not be apart of this collection process. I have looked at BBB complaints. There are quite a few, but none seemed to address this issue. Most had to do with products and services, improper billing practices, untimely refunds-if at all. Clearly enhancing my personal concern, about the conduct of business by this company; and so I will be filing a BBB complaint, and would urge anyone who feels the need to highlight untoward practices you have experienced with this company. I would also urge anyone having these kinds of experiences with similiar companies to register your concerns. Maybe this is an entity that requires more regulation in the handling the reporting of Public Domain information.Thank you for taking the time to read this. I will do my best to provide updates via this venue. All the best, and Stay Well.
This company is one of the sleazy data aggregators that compile otherwise private information about private citizens and package them for sale online.
I have REPEATEDLY tried to get my elderly father's personal information removed and have been lied to, patronized, and ignored.
My next action will be to call my state's aggressive AG to report elder abuse, as well as seek civil attorney advice, and bring this form of abuse (not just elder abuse) to the media. Most people have no idea that dirtbag companies such as this are compiling and then selling their personal data. Soon they will know
They are nothing but a bunch of incompetent, lying thieves!!!
Besides charging you for inaccurate information, they ruin people's reputation by posting false information .
THIS COMPANY SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN IMMEDIATELY!!
I went online and paid $4.99 to access info on one person. I did not sign up for anything else and now I have a pending charge for $49.99. I have tried to call several times and left my number for a call back. No one will ever get back to me to explain this charge. Steer clear unless you want unauthorized charges placed on your card!!!
I have previously received poor products and services from various businesses before but never in my entire life have i ever written a review. I however simply could not let this theft pass by. My experience was HORRIBLE.
First they indicate on their website that running a background check costs $1. There is however a secret charge of $7. Of course, you will only get to find out about it when you look at your bank statement!
That's not all. Without your knowledge and consent, they automatically enroll you to a monthly program where they charge $44.50 just a few days after they run away with your initial$7. You call their customer care and what do they tell you? that it was a valid charge because you were supposed to call them so that they can unsubscribe you from the program that you did not subscribe to in the first place let alone being aware of it!
All said and done, please do not waste your money. I'm glad my bank resolved the issue. I cannot even trust that they have unsubscribed me from the programme. I have since replaced my credit card just in case they are tempted to make any further debits to my account
Tried to run a couple reports and both came back with nothing more than the age of each of them. Like nothing whatsoever. Well I should say that they had some associated people but I'd never heard of any of them. Don't waste your time or your dollar trial period.