Starting a Public Records Research Business

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Not a Get Rich Quick Industry

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Private investigator Lynn Peterson discusses the difficult nature
of getting into the business; myths and facts for would-be entrepreneurs
considering starting a business in this area.

In the books Super Searchers, Peterson chapter is entitled the
craft of public records. Unless one plans to focus on sales and subcontract
out assignments, this is not a business that can be run from home.
Many records (65 percent) are not available online and must be physically
searched at a location.

References
Sabroski, S. (2002).  Super Searchers: make it on their own.  Cyber Age Books, New Jersey.  

 http://www.pfcinformation.com/researcher.shtml

 http://books.infotoday.com/books/SsMakeIt.shtml

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