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When researching common names (e.g. Smith, Jones, Davies, etc.), or a name abbreviation, nickname, etc., search queries may return high volumes of potential matches, the majority of which will be false-positives.
Save where specifically contracted to do so, FCRM does not assess all hits encountered in high-volume responses. We adopt a reasonable endeavours approach to identifying the more likely or relevant records. Query combinations may be used to reduce high volumes and aid prioritise the review of potential matches.