Does Passing the Newly Required TLOxp.com Site Visit Automatically Entitle Users to Full Social Security Numbers and Dates of Birth?

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We recently wrote about changes to the access and pricing structure for the pay investigative research database TLOxp, in the post “TLOxp Raises Prices, Requires Site Visit for All Subscribers.” At that time we wondered if the newly required site visit that we were about to undergo would entitle us to access full Social Security Numbers and Dates of Birth. We have subsequently undergone the site visit we discussed in that earlier post.

While we never received official notification that we passed the site visit, it appears that we must have - because our most recent searches are displaying full Social Security Numbers and Dates of Birth.

So, the answer to our question about whether a site visit would automatically entitle us to full Social Security Numbers and Dates of Birth is a resounding “Yes.”

 

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