Nowadays, “Who knows who?!” When folks move these days, it’s to the cities
and suburbia – and not to rural communities.
If you are entering into a relationship with someone – for either personal or
business reasons – you’ll want to be certain those you are about to get involved
with are precisely who they claim to be, and that nobody involved is hiding a
One way to be positively sure about someone – both personally and financially
– is to conduct a thorough background check.
Run a background check on an
individual or a company to insure your personal safety, your security, your
well-being, and the protection of your loved ones.
Other equally important issues are theft prevention, loss of income, and
the avoidance of legal problems.
A thorough personal background check paints a virtual historical portrait
of the person - and their business.
So, knowing why you should run a background check, let’s consider the who
aspect. For instance: Say you’re hiring a care-giver for a loved one in your
home. Ask: Has the potential care-giver received state approved training? Is
he or she properly licensed?
Or, as a business manager, you are charged with hiring a team of experts
for a sensitive (and profitable) government project. You’ll need to check
employment history, plus criminal and civil databases.
As an attorney, you may be looking for information on “the other guy” – the
opposition. Court records are the bastion of law offices, but local records
don’t always tell the complete story.
For smaller firms - especially - those without the personnel or the
expertise to conduct a complete background check, information providers are a
great resource for searching pertinent records.
Property management’s prime concern: Is the potential new tenant right for
the property? To avoid future tribulations, run - at minimum - the civil
actions, eviction, criminal and address history database searches.
Investigative Professionals has looked into the backgrounds of individuals
and businesses since 1996. Visit our website:
InvestigativeProfessionals.com or call us: 928-451-1598 and speak with one
of our receptive and knowledgeable representatives to determine the type of
background check that will best suit your needs.