London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 6, 2005
Freelance Security, the online market place for private investigation and detective services at http://www.freelancesecurity.com, today officially launched a number of new features as well as a revised site design to aid buyers in locating private investigators for their investigations or research projects.
Freelance Security is a unique web-based service which enables buyers looking for private investigators, detectives and security consultants in both the U.S. and around the world to post details of their investigation needs online. Investigators can then openly bid on the project by providing details of their intended fees as well as their approach, following which the buyer can select the most appropriate bidder to perform the work based on both suitability and cost. The service is unique in providing transparency to the buying process in an industry sometimes little understood by the first time buyer.
With immediate effect, Freelance Security's new 'Certified Consultant' program enables consultants to submit documentation for verification by Freelance Security to confirm their incorporated, licensed and insured status, as applicable. Following verification, the user becomes flagged as a 'Certified Consultant' within the site, giving buyers greater confidence in the consultant's ability to perform the services offered to a high standard.
In addition, the site has been through a major redesign to enable easier and faster navigation, whilst a new Really Simple Syndication (RSS) format feed enables consultants to keep up to date with new projects through a standard RSS reader, without having to wait for the site's daily new project notification emails. Links to add the Freelance Security RSS feed to My Yahoo, My MSN, NewsGator, Bloglines and other online services can also now be found on the Freelance Security home page.
And following numerous requests, Freelance Security now includes a job ad section for those who are looking to take on an investigator or private detective full time rather than on a project basis. Freelance Security is regularly visited by thousands of security and investigative professionals and is therefore the perfect place to seek an employee for a related line of work.
Basic use of Freelance Security is completely free for private investigation buyers who can avoid many hours of research by comparing the hundreds of consultants within the site, whilst job advertisements incur a $39 charge. Use of the site to bid on projects is also free for private detectives and consultants, who are charged just a small percentage of their fees once they are successfully awarded a Freelance Security project.
Freelance Security is a product of Enhance Associates Limited and can be found at http://www.freelancesecurity.com.