PublicData.com has accounts for both individual and business users. Business accounts have some advantages such as access to mailed invoices and the ability to pay by check or credit card. Business accounts also have the advantage of being a lower cost-per-lookup option. Personal accounts require a credit card to establish and maintain the account and tend to be our lower cost option for those customers not requiring a high volume of lookups.
All PublicData.com accounts are automatically or recurrently billed (either monthly or annually) and charges are non-refundable. To terminate the automatically recurring billing process, please cancel the account prior to your account being renewed (this option is available from the PublicData home page under 'Account Services').
Although PublicData prices have rarely risen, prices are subject to change.
600 Monthly Look-Ups
Low-cost access to the PublicData databases with 600 monthly look-ups.
1,250 Monthly Look-Ups
A lower cost-per-lookup access to PublicData with 1,250 monthly look-ups.
700 annual look-ups
Low-cost access to the PublicData databases with 700 annual look-ups. This plan is designed for individuals with very low usage needs.
* Credit card is required for these accounts and sales tax will be applied. Tax exempt status is not an option with these plans (see corporate plans).
5,700 Monthly Look-Ups
Our lowest cost-per-lookup plan on PublicData with 5,700 monthly look-ups. This plan is designed for business use for those who have very high use needs.
1,200 Yearly Look-Ups
Low-cost access to the PublicData databases with 1,200 yearly look-ups designed for low use business needs.
3,000 Yearly Look-Ups
Low-cost access to the PublicData databases with 3,000 yearly look-ups designed for moderate use business needs.
10,000 Yearly Look-Ups
Low-cost access to the PublicData databases with 10,000 yearly look-ups designed for moderate use business needs.
**Sales tax will be applied, however PublicData corporate accounts may apply for tax exempt status. It is the account holder's responsibility to apply for the sales tax exemption. Refusal to pay sales tax will NOT automatically disable sales tax from being charged.
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