So if you were looking for archives of old deleted, expired, flagged or archived Craigslist ads, you can use Harmari Search for Craigslist. It is a repository of hundreds of millions of live and historic Craigslist ads, specially suited for investigative purposes. Typical investigative applications include law enforcement insurance fraud tax and revenue motor vehicle
Recent changes to the Craigslist site have a major impact on how effective investigators can search for fraudulent and suspicious activity on the site. Firstly, any phone numbers that are displayed in the content of the ad are hidden from view. The reader has to click “show contact info” for the phone number to appear.
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Investigators have a common question: what if I could go back in time to see what a website looked like a year ago? Or even 3 years ago? What about a week ago? The Internet Archive provides just such a capability. Inspired by the fictional WABAC machine from the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, which Professor
Announcing the latest Craigslist Power Search with the following changes: upgraded server for improved response time and uptime added special category “Farm / Heavy Equipment” specially suited for auto theft investigators and SIUs added Make/Model/Year search specially suited for auto theft investigators and SIUs added account creation and account management for each user improved user
Have you ever clicked the link to a Craigslist ad of something you were previously looking at, only to find it was deleted, flagged, or an error message? Well, by taking advantage of “offline mode”, you can see its original contents, pictures and all! Update: Law enforcement, SIU, government, loss prevention, private investigators, and industry