Have you ever Googled yourself, a friend, or an online date? We're all guilty of keeping an eye on what's said about us online. The problem is that Google limits the personal information it can show us.
A new website, called PeopleWhiz, is making users speechless due to the unlimited amount of personal details it can find on just about anyone in America. Although some users find it "creepy," "scary," and "addictive," the website allows you to access anyone's public records, history, divorce records, phone numbers, social media accounts, emails, known relatives, associates, licenses, offenses, mug shots, and more. All it takes is a click of a mouse.
I recently found myself in the position of searching for someone I had lost touch with over two decades ago, my high school crush. It was a curious feeling to think about someone who had been on my mind so long ago, and to wonder what had happened to him.
As fate would have it, I came across his profile on an online dating service. I was excited to see him again but also hesitant about reaching out to him after so many years. I didn't want to risk the possibility of rejection or disappointment.
After conducting a Google search, all that came up were Facebook profiles and irrelevant results. I was losing hope until one day, while doing my grocery shopping, I ran into an old friend from high school, Margette. We hadn't seen each other since our ten-year reunion, and it was a surprise to see her again.
We caught up on old times, and I mentioned my predicament of finding my high school crush. She told me that she too uses online dating but relies on a site called Peoplewhiz to screen all her dates in advance. She informed me of the power of Peoplewhiz, and I was sold right away.
I immediately searched for my high school crush on Peoplewhiz when I got home, and the results shocked me. He had been arrested twice for DUIs and even served jail time for tax fraud. It was a terrible revelation, and I was grateful to have avoided what could have been a disastrous dating experience.
Ever since then, Peoplewhiz has been a lifesaver for me. The service offers multiple searches, and I even used it to find out what dirt it had on me. I found all my old embarrassing online blogs, just terrible pictures of me, and all my secret social media profiles I used to get more followers. I was surprised at how much information was available about me.
But it's not all about finding dirt on others. Peoplewhiz is a great way to screen potential dates and avoid bad experiences. It gives me peace of mind to know that I'm not going out with someone who has a criminal record or a history of fraud.
I have to admit that I've become addicted to the site, and I've recommended it to all my friends and family who are looking for a reliable way to screen their dates before meeting them in person. I feel like I'm my own personal gossip magazine, but in a good way.
Peoplewhiz is a powerful tool that can help you avoid dating disasters and find out more about yourself. It's easy to use and offers immediate results. Whether you're searching for your high school crush or screening potential dates, Peoplewhiz is a must-try.
PeopleWhiz has access to billions of public records that reveal personal details on just about everyone in America. The records they get are official U.S. records sourced from federal, state, and private commercial databases.
Just enter a name and see your results instantly. You can check as many records as you want: friends, family, co-workers, celebrities and even yourself!
If you're ready for your first search, click here now.