Residence Verification Data
Residence Fraud has become an increasing problem throughout the country. People try to take advantage and circumvent residency requirements for schools, employment, and voter registration.
VerifyResidence.com specializes in providing our clients with access to the most comprehensive databases of the most current addresses for millions of people in the USA.
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August 25th Webinar
Verify Residence is hosting an introduction webinar on August 25th 2020 at 11:00 a.m. EST. The webinar will be approximately 30 minutes long.
Verify Residence will extend special service discounts to registered attendees as well as provide a one on one call to interest districts to discuss district specific needs. The webinar will be hosted by Verify Residence owner, Michael Auletta and will feature the original founder of Verify Residence, Jimmie Mesis.
Types of Residency Fraud
There are many reasons that may encourage an employee to allege that their address matches the state for which they work in. In many cases, that reason is caused by families wanting to live together, caring for a family member in need, salary increases versus the cost of living, or new job opportunities.Read More
Intentional voter fraud is a real issue facing many entities responsible for conducting elections. This happens when an individual or group of individuals purposely supply false or misleading information in an effort to cast more than one ballot. This is seen often in high profile election years where political sentiments are heightened.Read More
Welfare residency fraud and different types of public assistance fraud cost taxpayers millions of dollars each year. Welfare residency fraud exists when an individual is claiming residency in one jurisdiction for the purposes of taking advantage of a particular program only available to residents in that particular jurisdiction.Read More
We Provide Residence Verification Data.
Please contact us with questions, to report a fraud, or to get a quote for your organization residency verification needs.