The graphics tell us that there are now 120 databases available at Archives.com, and that there are over 1 billion records now available. The counter increments every two seconds or so (I wonder if records are really added one at a time?).
The list of databases appears below the header, and there is a list of highlighted new or updated databases on the right sidebar. The latest "New!" database is "Living People Records" so I clicked on that link:
There are over 200 million entries in this database. I clicked on the "Search" link and saw:
I added my first name and last name, and narrowed the search to California in the dropdown Location field, clicked on "Search" and saw:
There were three entries in California for my name, including myself in two entries - one with my middle initial and one with my middle name, but neither lists my age. The third entry was for another person with my first name and middle initial. My first entry lists my mother's name and my wife's name.
Contact Information Reports are special reports which provide contact details for living and recently deceased US residents. This data is not freely available. Thus, for us to access this information on your behalf, we must pay access fees."
The page above says that I can receive a Public Records Report for $29.95, and I have to use a credit card (no credits here, presumably because I don't have enough yet). The description of the Public Records Report is:
* Up-to-date contact info (address + phone)
* Criminal records (state + nationwide)
* Address history, household members,and relatives
* Property records
* Business positions and ownership"
There's the Credit price list: The Contact Report and Phone Report cost 5 credits each and the Public Records Report costs 30 credits. At the bottom of the price list above is a button to "Add Credits." I clicked on it and saw:
To add 25 credits costs $19.95, and to add 100 credits costs $74.95. Credits expire 12 months after purchase.