No. Without exception, anyone ordering this search will be interviewed before research begins. You may be required to provide supporting documentation proving the purpose and legality of the search.
Permissible purposes to find a social security number include:
* Work in conjunction with official government business.
* Work in connection with identity fraud.
* Work involving a fraud investigation.
* Work in a civil or criminal investigation, and the social security number is NECESSARY to your investigation.
* Requested by competent court to determine whether defendant is currently in active military.
* Required for debt collection, judgment recovery, child support and wage garnishment.
* Required for issuance of a 1099 or other official tax document to the Internal Revenue Service.