"Criminal" post request, which returns a Criminal report.
The "Criminal Fetch" get request can be used to retrieve orders that are cached on CRS servers. Reports are cached for 24 hours after the order is placed.
There is no exhaustive list of possible values for all these fields in the response because this data is reported slightly differently across jurisdictions.
"Eviction" post request, which returns an Eviction report.
The "Eviction Fetch" get request can be used to retrieve orders that are cached on CRS servers. Reports are cached for 24 hours after the order is placed.
PitchPoint Property Report that provides property data from a range of leading national property databases, delivering 99% national coverage of residential properties.
LexisNexis Bridger Insight XG allows organizations to perform due diligence related to Bank Secrecy Act, anti-money laundering (AML), foreign corruption and terrorist financing. The tool combine filtering software and financial sanctions watchlist data, including enforcements lists, Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), and adverse media information.
LexisNexis provides Motor Vehicle Records (MVR) from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
First, run a Motor Vehicle Search, which produces the inputs needed to feed into the Motor Vehicle report. Then, retrieve the Motor Vehicle Report using the MVR API.
First, run a Bankruptcy Search, which produces the inputs needed to feed into the Bankruptcy report, which contains comprehensive, accurate information on the latest bankruptcy case information. LexisNexis's databases are updated daily with data sources directly from the courts. Bankruptcy records include the debtor's name, address and social security number, plus crucial information like case number and court chapter, date filed, discharged, dismissed and converted. Information about attorneys, trustees and judges is also available.
Requests sent to the CRS middleware (MWARE) using the URL, https://api-sandbox.stitchcredit.com/api/mcl/request , will return data from MCL.
For MCL requests, your MCL credentials are used in the background. An MCL Request can be created to specify any MCL product to which your MCL Credentials allow access. If your MCL credentials had InstantID enabled, you could retrieve InstantID through the middleware but MCL can only give you HTML and/or PDF.
This endpoint can be used to interact with MCL's SmartAPI to retrieve MCL products using JSON (for both requests and responses). If you would rather receive XML, then we can provide credentials that can be used to connect directly to MCL's SmartAPI (not going through eCredit Data API) for XML responses.
MCL offers various products that can be specified in the request body according to the permissions set for your credentials. Many MCL products utilize a polling workflow for retrieving data.
The MCL SmartAPI documentation can be referenced for basic guidance from SmartAPI documentation.
These same principles apply for a JSON-based connection via CRS's Middleware.
URL: https://api-sandbox.stitchcredit.com/api/ljs: Send a "Liens and Judgements Search" request
URL: https://api-sandbox.stitchcredit.com/api/ljr: Retrieve the "Liens and Judgements Report"