Help, I think my date is a serial killer!


Well, that’s a hefty accusation, but one that can be investigated. For the purposes of this article, I’m going to assume you’re on the date right now. As such, I’ll try to be brief in my assistance.

Firstly, if your date hasn’t been caught yet, there’s not much that can be investigated online. You’re going to need to contact the police, or something, as they’ll likely be interested in such a thing. However, do note that if you call the police on someone, they probably won’t go on another date with you. As such, make sure you’re ok with that prospect before doing so.

What can I do if they have been caught?

Well, there’s plenty of options available. However, you need something that can be done on the go. Unless you guys decided to go and hang out at the county courthouse, you need the internet.

You need SpyFly specifically. Their website will provide you with billions of public records, for cheap, and on mobile phones. They’re quick, and you’ll have information in moments. SpyFly is an online public records database, meaning they’ll contain documents that the police or other branches of the government have published. This includes arrest records, driving records, criminal records, active arrest warrants, and mugshots.

Now, what do these things contain?

An arrest record will include any instances when your date was arrested and will provide you with a mugshot. In addition, you’ll know why they were arrested, as well as when it happened. Context is important here, but luckily, SpyFly supplies you with it.

A criminal record will be more in-depth. An arrest record will not contain proof of guilt, simply suspicion. Whereas, a criminal record proves that they were convicted, and found guilty. Moreover, the criminal record will state if they were incarcerated, and how long they were set to be in prison for. If you’re on a date with someone who was imprisoned 10 years ago, and they were supposed to be locked up for 30 years, then some quick math will reveal that you’re having dinner with an escaped convict.

SpyFly will also turn up an active arrest warrant. If there’s anything that you need to be concerned about here, it’s this. If your date has an active arrest warrant out for them, police will be able to arrest them at any point. Heck, if an officer walking by recognizes them, they’re likely to get arrested pretty quick. An active arrest warrant is not proof of guilt, however, and only indicates that the police possess enough suspicion that your date is a criminal to detain them.

How do I access SpyFly while I’m on my date?

Subtlety is your friend here. While braver people might simply pull their phone out, and start typing away, you don’t need to be that foolhardy here. Instead, you can simply excuse yourself to the bathroom, and begin searching furiously for proof that they’re a serial killer. Luckily, SpyFly is fast enough that your date shouldn’t suspect a thing.

***SpyFly provides consumers affordable, immediate access to public record information. Federal laws prohibit businesses from using SpyFly’s service to make decisions about employment, insurance, consumer credit, tenant screening, or for any other purpose subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681 et seq.***