Before you make any decisions about getting married, selling your home, moving in, traveling across the country to meet, or even taking your relationship one step further, first, make sure you know who this person really is and if they've told you the truth about themselves.
Don't find yourself liable due to possible crimes or legal issues involving someone you plan to become involved with professionally.
Elder Abuse and theft by deception or otherwise are horrific crimes. It's best to first check out the background of the person you plan to bring into your family's life. Seniors are particularly vulnerable. If you already have someone involved with a family member, ask yourself, are they a "caretaker" or a "caregiver"? Watch for signs. Don't allow a family members revised Will catch you by surprise, consequences can be devastating. We can help too if a problem already exists.
Many investigations are initiated by concerned parents, a son or daughter and/or a good friend. Parents most always realize if their child (grown up or otherwise) is involved in a bad relationship. They seek to uncover information about the subject and use it to persuade their son or daughter to end the relationship.
Same is true when a son or daughter finds their mother or father has become involved in a suspect relationship. You can prevent financial disaster or worse to your parent and most likely to yourself as well.
Friends also come to to rescue and conduct an investigation when they see red flags and become concerned about the welfare of their good friend in a suspect relationship.
Whether you require a one-time, one person investigation, or for an entire company. Pre-employment background checks are imperative for your security and/or your family or company.
Bottom line is that if you feel or suspect something may be wrong, you are probably right. If nothing unusual in regard to your business, employees or family has occurred to you yet, it would be best to think about it, review the situation, discuss it with someone you trust to be certain. Consider the possibilities of potential problems.
Identity Theft is the number one crime in the United States today. We recommend you request your credit report yourself from an official reporting agency such as Experian, their phone number is : 800-583-4080. You may request to Check Yourself from InCase for a brief on what information is being reported about you.
Fees typically start around $300 and includes an ID Report, Profile and/or information determined to fulfill your request. The fee reflects searches conducted in the United States for one subject name and may be more or less depending on how much information you can provide about the subject.
Learn the reasons why it's so important to know answers to these questions before you take one step further in your relationship.
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