Logan County Recorder Patricia Myers has taken steps to help prevent fraud by offering FraudSleuth, powered by Kofile Technologies, at no charge to property owners in Logan County.
FraudSleuth is an online tool developed for county recorder of deeds offices that allows property owners to protect themselves against possible fraud by:
• doing simple name search for any documents that might have been recorded against their name or property; and
• creating a profile with saved criteria to be automatically alerted when documents matching the criteria completed in their user profile is recorded.
“With the increase in fraud, our office is is pleased to offer FraudSleuth as a tool to help protect our constituents,” Myers said. “I am very happy that our computer systems provider, Kofile Technologies, has made this valuable service available to Logan County residents at no additional cost to our taxpayers.”
FraudSleuth is another positive step to promote awareness about fraud prevention, and it empowers property owners to safeguard themselves. The program provides a user-friendly tool for property owners to conveniently access official public records.
Property owners can access FraudSleuth online through the Logan County Recorder’s website.
To set up FraudSleuth, go to www.co.logan.oh.us click on “Government”, then under “Recorder” select “Document Search.” When that opens, click FraudSleuth for step by step instructions.
FraudSleuth is available to county governments nationwide in conjunction with the CountyFusion software. For more information, contact Kofile Technologies, (833) 456-3453 or the Logan County Recorder’s Office, (937) 599-7201.