Whether you are trying to track someone down if have your subjects social security number or if you need to obtain someone's social security number, conducting SSN searches are typically the most accurate types of investigations you can have conducted. While not all searches or records are available by an SSN, it certainly helps to ensure the subject info is accurate.
If you're trying to locate an SSN, the only way to do that is by using an assisted search, having a legal reason and by providing supporting documentation for your claim to need the SSN.
Some of the reasons you may need to locate an SSN or track someone down by their SSN can include but is not limited to verify they are who they say they are for some type of business transaction perhaps, or to conduct a skip trace or a locate, to file a law suit, to obtain a summary judgment, to locate someone for collection on a bad check, or track down dead beat dads for back child support, to see if someone is getting welfare or social security benefits, and to investigate fraud for example. There are many other legal reasons to need SSN searches
Investigator assisted SSN searches are a great way to get information quickly. If you find yourself conducting SSN searches often, we would suggest looking into upgrading your account to a restricted access account.