To Teach Companies How Not To Get Scammed By Former Inmates

Hopes organizations can learn to avoid criminal scam artists.

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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 10, 2014 is creating information packets that will help educate companies on what they can do to avoid becoming a victim of a former inmate trying to pull a scam, the company announced yesterday.

“Many companies have no problems hiring former inmates,” a spokesman said. “They want to help rehabilitate them into society. That's a noble intention. But they have to be constantly on their guard to make sure these former criminals don't try to pull a scam on them. We are here to help.” said that many former criminals learn how to become scam artists while they are in prison. Therefore, when they get out they can seem honest and repentant while still trying to pull a scam on the people who give them jobs.

“What companies need to understand is that former inmates tend to leave a lot of red flags behind when they are pulling a scam,” he said. “Our reports will highlight the most common red flags that indicate a scam is in process so that employers can recognize them and take action to protect themselves.” is working with employers and law enforcement officers to create the guides, he said.

“As soon as they are ready, we'll be publishing them on our website,” he said. “Eventually we'll also release them through our social media channels. We want to do what we can to make sure fewer companies get scammed.” believes the information will help both companies and former inmates.

“Organizations will be more likely to give these people jobs once they are less worried about getting scammed,” he said.

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