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Should I add all the names revealed on the social security number trace?
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When ordering via the “rapid order” section, you may not want to automatically add all names revealed by the social security number trace. If you already have entered alias names in the applicant information section, be sure you don’t duplicate submitted names by adding them during the rapid order process. Also, be sure to check the dates of names used prior to ordering them. If they date older than seven years, you should omit the name from the order, as reportable information typically is available only for a seven-year period. These steps can save you time and money.
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