Endato Do’s and Don’ts

DO’s Endato offers one of the most complete databases filled with public records for almost all U.S. adults. Endato provides everything from background checks to information about criminal records, property records, marriage records, phone records, financial records and more. DO use Endato to find out information about: Yourself – Look up your own information, to see […]

Can I use Endato for screening employees or tenants?

Endato is not a Consumer Reporting Agency (CRA), so you cannot use information on Endato to screen for employment, tenancy, credit, or other purpose governed by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The FCRA is a federal law created to regulate credit agencies’ collection and reporting of consumers’ personal data. Permissible Use What can you use […]

Where does Endato get its information?

Endato pulls its information from a variety of publicly accessible sources. Our primary source of information is what’s called “public records.” Public records are official, publicly-available documents, including such things as a person’s birth records, criminal records, and property records. We get this kind of data from thousands of reporting courts and other government agencies […]