Radaris.com describes themselves as "a universal people directory and information indexing system" which helps their users find helpful information about individuals using public records and professional data companies.
How Does It Work?
Most people search websites only utilize public records that can be easily aggregated from around the internet - social media, official public records, publications and user reviews. Radaris uses this sources, as well as utilizing records from professional data companies that provide them with accurate and premium background information.
To get started all you have to do is go to their site and choose the function you'd like to perform - a Reverse Phone Number Lookup, Background Check, and more - and enter in the name of the person you are looking for. You'll be provided with a list of potential matches which you can choose from. To get more than the basic information, you'll have to pay for a report, or a membership.
It costs $5.95 per individual report, $19.95 per month for unlimited contact reports, $49.95 per full Background Report. Customers can receive potential discounts on these prices as long as they sign up for a Free Trial which comes with automatically charged membership fees.
Currently they offer three different mobile apps, including People Search, Reverse Phone Lookup, and Sex Offender Search, which are available both on Apple and Android mobile devices.
Customers who believe that they deserve a refund for any reason must contact their Customer Service team to see what can be done. Though their website says they do offer refunds, they do not explain their policies or procedures anywhere on their website.
Customer Service Contact Info
Currently the only information available for customers who would like to contact their Customer Service team with questions, concerns, or complaints is to do so by phone at 855-723-2747, or by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link.
Radaris.com has mixed reviews from their users online. Many of their negative reviews come users who claim they attempted to use their Opt Out feature to have their information removed from the website, but Radaris.com did not honor their requests and continued to offer their records to their users.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many other online people finder services available, both paid and free, which include PeopleSmart.com, ZabaSearch, Intelius.com, and many more.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Radaris.com reviews below.
3 ‘Radaris.com’ Reviews
This site violates the United States Privacy Tort, public disclosure of private facts.
It enables stalkers and identity theft issues. If you are having problems opting out be persistent and demand that they remove your illegally posted personal and private information. It took me awhile but I was able to do it, don't give up. You can also file a complaint on-line with the Better Business Bureau for the Newton Center, Mass. area. These sites make $ from us for free and also endanger our privacy, they are lowlife scumbags and need to be shut down.
Nothing but filthy lying scumbags, they simply post lies and call it truth, they don't bother to fact-check or research any of their libel. They endanger people's lives by posting addresses for anyone to find you and then they post all these lies about who you're related to, even your sexual orientation which in my case is a COMPLETE LIE that I can prove in a court of law. They ignore repeated requests to remove your personal information, a simple process that every other website has been able to do for me. They also hang up on you, their phone system pretends to put you on hold and then it hangs up on you without a person ever coming on the line. I've sent them 49 requests in writing, each one with my personal identifying information on it so they know exactly which libelous profile to remove, and they refuse. They are sick fcks that MUST BE STOPPED from this criminal behavior of libel and endangerment. Every employee and investor should be in prison for what they are doing.
If you are an recruiter/employer, then, pay a background professional company! If you are an individual, then, you can use it for own entertainment! On such websites an individual's info is not accurate. Some info is collected from various individual's social accounts. If you enter on your social account your real name and some pictures but you enter a false date of birth, education or other false info then, that would be collected by a 'background' websites. So, if you want to look good online, my advice is this: enter a birthday that shows you're young, some higher education, some pictures with you near an expensive car(you can take a picture with an expensive car at the dealership! haha!) and so forth.