PublicData has accounts for both individual users and corporate users.
To set up an individual account a user must have a valid driver's license.
A corporate account is set up using the business' name.
Those setting up PublicData accounts as an individual, for billing advantage, where business activity is to be transacted should be forewarned -- this may prove to be problematic.
In that the employee's driver's license number is the account name and key, once the employee leaves his/her employer, accounting becomes cumbersome and back billing at a corporate rate can be incurred.
One other thing to contemplate -- if a fellow employee is using the PublicData account, with your driver's license number as the account name, to transact illegal or criminal activity -- the innocent party can garner much unwelcome attention.
For these and a number of other reasons, you should keep your individual PublicData account for your own personal use and not share it or its password with anyone.
All PublicData accounts are automatically or recurrently invoiced and billed (either monthly or annually).
All charges made at PublicData are not refundable.
To terminate the automatically recurring billing process, cancel the account (this is an option clickable from the PublicData home page).
Individual PublicData accounts require a creditcard to establish and maintain the account.
Corporate PublicData accounts may be invoiced or have a creditcard maintain the account.
Although PublicData prices have never risen, prices are subject to change without notice.