Net Detective - The New Inexpensive Way to Perform Unlimited Employee Screening and Employment Background Checks for 1 Flat Fee

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Net Detective (http://Net-Detective.com) is one of the most inexpensive ways to perform a background check on future or existing employees. With its extensive online database resources in the United States & Canada totaling almost 212 million records, Net-Detective.com has information on over 90% of all U.S. residents. NOW with a new lower one time price, users can search and find people, locate birth & adoption records, perform employee screening, unlimited background checks, asset, property, court record, & DMV motor vehicle record searches -- all for one flat price under $30. Plus, a 100% money back guarantee!

http://Net-Detective.com is one of the most inexpensive ways to perform a background check on future or existing employees. With its extensive online database resources in the United States & Canada totaling almost 212 million records, http://Net-Detective.com has information on over 90% of all U.S. residents. Now with a new lower one time price, users can search and find people, locate birth & adoption records, perform employee screening, unlimited background checks, asset, property, court record, & DMV motor vehicle record searches -- all for one flat price under $30. Plus, a 100% money back guarantee.

This web-based background search program performs online 'real time' background checks, criminal records checks, asset searches, employee background searches. You can investigate your own credit report, locate military, hospital, birth and adoption records, and find the resources to pull up DMV records.

It's easy to see why over 750,000 satisfied clients, and private investigators from all across the country, come back every year to use http://net-detective.com in their daily investigations -- all for one flat fee under $30 for unlimited use.

"We are using Net Detective to really check out all of our new employees before we hire them. Using Net Detective I have made some rather startling discoveries. One applicant was wanted by the FBI for embezzlement and he was applying for a job in our accounting department." - George L. Whitaker, Sacramento, CA

http://www.net-detective.com

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