It’s perfectly understandable that employers want to get as much information about potential new hires before making an offer. You want to limit your short list, cut back on the need for a pre-employment check for each one, and minimize the number of employee reference checks you need to conduct. After all, there are all…

How a tenant background check helps you ensure you know who’s living in your building.  You might imagine that fake names and forged documents are a thing of the past. That our advanced technology and identification methods make it harder for people to assume fake names than it once was, and that this rarely happens…

There are more public private partnerships these days than ever before. Civilian contractors are being appointed to work in prisons, on military bases and in government buildings. They’re constructing new buildings, renovating old ones and providing services ranging from catering to information technology, and everything in between. While that’s great for business, it does demand…

Most property owners and landlords have a deep-seated fear of certain events. A fire that damages or destroys a building might be one of those fears, or a tenant that moves in, doesn’t pay rent and refuses to leave. While those are very valid causes for terror in landlords, there are other, less dramatic things…

There aren’t many people out there who haven’t watched a Bond movie, and wished they could be like 007 and his associates. Boys of all ages watch his antics, and wish that they could also be a suave, tuxedo wearing superspy. Ladies imagine themselves in the role of Bond girl. The fact that there’s a…

With so many more people out there, applying for jobs, moving across states and even emigrating to and from other countries, it’s become more and more common for employees and prospective employees to be hiding shady histories. Sometimes, they’re simply embarrassed about something they did in the past, but sometimes, those prospective employees may even…

There was a time when landlords would meet a tenant face to face, decide on the spot whether they trusted them, and hand over the keys. Times have changed. Today, with so many more people, and so much more mobility both nationally and internationally, renting property to any tenant is a much riskier proposition. Credit…

Most cities and states in the US have strict licensing requirements for contractors. The type of license they need depends on the city, the type of project, and the trades they are involved in, but at a minimum, most contractors will need a business license, a trade license, public liability insurance and workmen’s compensation. Additional…

In the U.S., perhaps more than most western countries, we have a lot of respect for veterans of the military. Whether they served in World War II, Vietnam, Korea or one of the middle east wars, military service is a definite badge of honor, and garners instant respect. While that’s a good thing, it can…

As a company that specializes in in-depth, detailed and vetted checks, including a credit check for tenants before renting to them, we always recommend that landlords run a credit check as part of the vetting process simply to ensure that they know who they are renting to. However, while we absolutely believe that these checks…

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