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Florida one of the top states for background searches

From the Tampa Bay Business Journal Florida is one of the top states for conducting background searches, based on data analyzing more than 2 million Americans.The 2013 data that DirtSearch.org pulled found that Florida is fourth on the list of states that have the most background searches conducted, according to a statement.
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Arizona had the most, with California and Texas coming in next before Florida.
About 15 million U.S. residents have their identities used fraudulently each year, with financial losses totaling up to $50 billion, the statement said.
The background searches include all the public records that the state of Florida allows in the public domain. This includes criminal records, civil suits, probate records, sex offender databases, property ownership records and other public networks such as social networking and image databases, according to a company spokesperson.
Jo-Lynn Brown is Editorial Assistant for the Tampa Bay Business Journal

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