How To Figure Out Address History

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Jason R.'s Comment
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Ok, this my sound like a silly question but how do future employees look at addy history? One wanted 5 year history. Well in the past 5 years since my divorce. I have moved 7-8 times. Of course with that many moves I don't remember months/years.

Scott M's Comment
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Copy and paste this in internet

http://www.intelius.com/people-search.html

type in as indicated

select "get a report"

for $.95 you can get your address history

Jason R.'s Comment
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Very cool!! THANKS!!!

Phox's Comment
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Copy and paste this in internet

http://www.intelius.com/people-search.html

type in as indicated

select "get a report"

for $.95 you can get your address history

I found myself but the free info at least is quite inaccurate... listed 3 cities I have never lived in and people related to was way inaccurate too.

You can also pull up your once a year free credit report and it has address history too, probably the same as any background check would have.

I know mine is a bit outdated in my address history and honestly I'm not complaining.

I would think as long as your honest as you can be, heck tell them I have moved a few times and can't remember every single address I have lived at in that time, but here's the ones I do remember.

Errol V.'s Comment
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I looked my name up on intelius.com. Talk about inaccurate! The free page says I'm 87 years old!. I'm actually 64. Or did I forget about 23 years of my life?

Phox's Comment
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I looked my name up on intelius.com. Talk about inaccurate! The free page says I'm 87 years old!. I'm actually 64. Or did I forget about 23 years of my life?

considering your profile pic is black and white.... maybe you did forget about 23 years of your life and you are 87 :P

Stevo Reno's Comment
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Ya tried Google? I have just for chits n giggles, and addresses for me pretty accurate. Hell they still list my ex, as someone, and now her new hubby of the past 15+ years lol

Phox's Comment
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Ya tried Google? I have just for chits n giggles, and addresses for me pretty accurate. Hell they still list my ex, as someone, and now her new hubby of the past 15+ years lol

my name is the same as a baseball player.... it's hard to find stuff about ME via a google search.

google David Wright and you'll see way more about the baseball player than me. google my internet alias and that's different. Even then though there's a DJ that stole my mother and I's way of spelling fox and uses it has his DJ name now... knew I should have trademarked it or something 15 years ago :P

Jessica A-M's Comment
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I went to irs.gov and got all my tax records since the beginning which at least reminds me where my employment was for which year including corporate addresses. Then, I downloaded all my bank records for the duration of the account. From there I cross referenced my direct deposits and check deposits with the tax records to get the months of employment. A little time consuming but, this is also how I got all my addresses too. Usually you make a withdrawal for a certain amount for rent so, just cross that with your bank and try to remember which place cost what. I also updated my address with my bank every time I've moved so it shows up on the online sheet.

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