Tampa, FL (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Consumers use this free and anonymous website to find safe service companies and have peace of mind, while reputable service providers use it to differentiate themselves from companies who are putting their customers at risk by falsely claiming to perform background checks.
A member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, AsktheSeal.com actually performs the checks on the employees and issues photo IDs verifying their annual criminal and sex offender checks. Because AsktheSeal.com performs the checks themselves, they can enforce their published criteria and control who will receive an ID badge.
AsktheSeal.com’s SEAL-MAIL is a quick easy way for companies to send their customers a photo in advance of the employee showing up at their home. Consumers can verify the company’s Seal of Approval on the website and the photo ID badge further confirms that the employee has not only had a background check performed, but passed AsktheSeal.com’s published criteria.
“After all, what good is performing a background check unless it is done properly and there is a published criterion that is enforced? Unless you are doing the background checks yourself, how do you know for sure,” according to Edward Marchiselli, Founder and President of AsktheSeal.com.
Prior to founding AsktheSeal.com, Marchiselli was an owner of an air conditioning and heating business. His company performed background checks on employees. His company routinely interviewed candidates from competitors with violent criminal histories. Many of these companies had full page directory ads claiming to background check all their employees. “For all I know they may have background checked them and just not cared about the results. Based on some of the candidate's scary records, I have to believe some of those claims to background check were false,” said Marchiselli.
AsktheSeal.com is a consumer safety and advocacy company based in Tampa, Fl. The peace of mind that AsktheSeal.com provides is priceless and is therefore free to consumers. Consumers depend on AsktheSeal.com to learn how to select the best and safest company for the job and to find companies with the Seal of Approval. Reputable companies depend on AsktheSeal.com to distinguish them from corner-cutting competitors who pretend to offer the same safety and quality standards. For more information, visit AsktheSeal.com or call 800-410-SEAL(7325)