You can find out about the criminal records and debts of Russians in state services – World Today News

You can find out about the criminal record and debts of Russians in state services.

OSINT analyst Artem Irgebaev, a specialist in the collection and analysis of digital traces, told Gazeta.Ru that if a citizen of the Russian Federation is on trial and if he has debts with banks and pending fines for traffic violations, he can easily and legally found in official state records.

According to the specialist, these records are used by officials, recruitment agency specialists to verify new employees, as well as private detectives. Ordinary users can also use similar services.

In particular, it can be clarified whether a person is involved in litigation on the portal “judicial decision.rf”, which contains a database of decisions of courts of general jurisdiction in all regions of the Russian Federation. Irgebaev clarified that on this site he can find the necessary information if he enters the surname, first name and patronymic, selects the status of a participant in the case (plaintiff, defendant, applicant). The system also allows you to select the region of interest: Moscow, Central Federal District, Southern Federal District, etc.

To verify the participation of a person in civil or arbitration proceedings, you need to visit the official website of the district and regional courts. There is a “Court Case Card Archive” section, and a full name search is also available.

Debts of Russians can be checked through the official website of the Federal Bailiff Service in the section “Bank of Execution Proceedings”. To find debt information, you must enter your full name and date of birth. If there are no debts, the execution does not proceed.

Information on traffic violations is available on the traffic police portal in the “Services” section. You can know the incidents with the subsequent deprivation of the driving license by entering the series, number and date of issue of the rights. Data on fines can be obtained using the vehicle number or the vehicle registration certificate.

Vera Sergeeva.