the person I speak of is a girl freind
I figured it was something like that.
the person who did the check is not her but a
person she asked to do the check that is an
It's possible that the acquaintance works somewhere that is a member of a credit bureau. That could be hanky panky.
Why don't you just ask your girlfriend who did, where that person works, and how they did it?
what info is out there that can lead a person
to conclude that?
As I wrote, there's lot's of information but it's anybody's guess as to what specific information can lead to a conclusion that somebody is a victim of identity theft.
You can google your name, address, phone number, each separately and you'll see what comes up.
Put your name and location in zabasearch.com and see what comes up.
Put your address in zillow.com and see what comes up.
Go to your county assessor's website and your property information is public record.
Go to your county tax office website and your tax records are public record.
Go to your county recorder's website and you'll find that recorded documents on you are public record.
Go to your court website and you'll find that divorce, criminal, and civil cases are all public record.
I seriously suggest you obtain your three credit reports and see where the most recent inquiries came from. That will, at least, tell you if your credit report was accessed illegally. Then report back here.