Excellent and deep enough.
Try setting up an Ebay account and asking for them to increase your selling limit from $500 to $5,000.
They limit you initially mitigate your ability to perform any expensive scams.
Let’s say you have an item however that you rightfully believe should sell for $4,500.
You have to call Ebay and they perform a very sophisticated and deep background check on you. They will ask you some pretty surprising questions that you don’t think anyone would know and information you had long just about forgot.
If you pass with one score they give you a provisional increase.
If you pass with flying colors you get pretty much what you asked for but, they will watch your every move to ensure you don’t scam their members.
How did they get this info?
Have you ever seen the info a Lexis-nexis search can generate? It’s pretty much your life story...
You have to call Ebay and they perform a very sophisticated and deep background check on you. They will ask you some pretty surprising questions that you dont think anyone would know and information you had long just about forgot.
It doesn’t support your claims. They asked to verify past addresses lived at, which is available on any credit report without any NSA support.
Sorry, if you want to make the claim, then tell me what questions you allege they are asking, and what information they have that’s not on your credit record.
Think about all those updates you get from Microsoft or Java, etc. You have no clue what you downloaded into your computer. They have full access to everything and have had for years.
>>How did they get this info?
Must be M.A.G.I.C., or something.
>>Try setting up an Ebay account
Or a UPS account to track a lost shipment.
They asked questions I suspect were derived from credit report information.
Ain’t the revelation of the method game fun?
We can play too!