DirtSearch.Org lets you find the dirt in lives of your people!

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How dirty are you? Or your girlfriend? Or your boyfriend? Or just about anyone whom you wanted to know about or don’t trust upon? Don’t you want to know how to find it out? The DirtSearch.org is for you, it will help you find all the dirt in the history of the person’s life you are searching for.

Well, before you get it wrong, finding the ‘dirt’ is not literally in the sense of the term. It means searching for the crappy and dirty things one must have done in his past that gets saved by in the categories of criminal records, sex offence, property scams, etc.

DirtSearch.org lets you run a search on the person’s history by just filling his/her name and the state the person belongs to. A technology to scan through people’s life! This can help in many ways. While you surfed for almost all the things in the world except for the history of people you know, now you can actually browse through some information that has a direct impact on your life.

The site charges nothing, serving you the purpose without costing anything. DirtSearch scans through the public record data that is available on the Internet and gives a ‘Dirty Score’ after coming up with the information.

The site employs all the sources possible that are available online and collects them in one place it claims. It claims to search confidently over 1700 sites and gathering information across 50 states in US and and guarantees correct information unlike other such search services available on the Internet.

So if you ever found searching the correct ‘dirty’ information about anyone difficult, the just log onto www.dirtsearch.org

3 Comments

  1. Mann

    Jul 1, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    This is awesome! I just found out my dad has 5 tickets!

  2. James P Petersen

    Dec 8, 2013 at 12:39 pm

    Just trying to find old friends and enemies, too

  3. gabi

    Apr 21, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    How does this site work. I can’t find a search bar to look up anything and no instructions. Any suggestions from others who have used this?

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