I was researching database scraping and the deep web and I ran across this article from Consumerist.com and I haven’t looked up all the information, but it is an interesting list of places to look and see information about oneself.
Employment History Reports
The Work Number
ChoicePoint (866) 312-8075
Tenant History Reports
ChoicePoint (877) 448-5732
First Advantage SafeRent (888) 333-2413
Tenant Data Services
UD Registry (818) 785-3905
Auto & Home Insurance Claim Reports
Insurance Services Office (ISO) (800) 627-3487
Credit Bureaus Reports
Payment Reporting Builds Credit (PRBC)
Full File Disclosure/Personal Information Reports
Check Writing History Reports
ChexSystems (800) 428-9623
TeleCheck (800) 835-3243.
Shared Check Authorization Network (800) 262-7771 Fax: (800) 358-4506
Health History Reports
Medical Information Bureau (MIB) (866) 692-6901
Prescription Drug Purchase History Reports
Social Security Statement
Social Security Administration
Purchase Returns History Reports
Gaming Patron’s Credit History and Transaction Data
Utilities & Telecommunications Reports
National Consumer Telecom and Utilities Exchange, Inc (NCTUE) Call 1-888-201-5643 for reports
CAREER TOOLBOX: 100+ Places to Find Jobs
Despite the current recession, there are plenty of companies in a variety of fields looking for qualified employees. Here are over 100 sites for job listings, resume reviews, networking and more.
Whether you’re in the tech world, a teacher, translator; in the United States or abroad, these sites will help you launch a modern day job hunt.
I have pulled out a few of my favorites, read the full article for all sorts of tools and more sites.
The Ultimate RSS Toolbox – 120+ RSS Resources
Never again will mankind have to look for RSS info in more than one place…ok, we’re kidding, but we’ve aimed to create a near comprehensive list of all the RSS readers, tools, browser plugins, tips, hacks and directories available on the web. We hope you find it useful (we built it because we needed it), and feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments.
For those just starting out in the big wide world of RSS, note that we’re talking about Really Simple Syndication, a way to publish and subscribe to frequently updated content like blog entries and news items.