WarrantCheck.com expects to have the emergency upgrade completed by the weekend at the latest.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2013
WarrantCheck.com is launching an emergency update of their federal warrants database now that the government shutdown is over with, the company said yesterday.
“During the shutdown there was no way for us to update our federal records because the agencies did not have the staff on board to report them,” a WarrantCheck.com spokesman said. “That meant there were people on our database, even though their warrants had been resolved. It also meant that there were people with new active warrants against them that we were never notified about who should have been in our database. We need to fix both situations as quickly as possible.”
Extra staff is being brought on board to handle the inflow of new information and upload it to the WarrantCheck.com database, he said.
“What we are looking at is getting handed 16 days of information all at once,” he said. “Obviously that is going to put a strain on our system and on our staff. But we want to have the most accurate database possible, so we are going to put in the extra time and effort. We think it's what our customers expect and deserve from our service.”
WarrantCheck.com expects to have the emergency upgrade completed by the weekend at the latest, he said.
“We are doing everything we can to make sure this happens smoothly,” he said.
WarrantCheck.com provides clients with quick and simple warrant check searches in North America. With an extensive database of public records, consumers are able to access information such as driving records and background reports. Visit WarrantCheck.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-855-6984, or email Manager(at)WarrantCheck(dot)com with any questions or concerns.