Private Investigators Obsolete According to New Technology Available Through BackgroundNOW Site.

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New Technology Offers Instant Background Check Sites Ability to Compete with Private Investigators for a fraction of the cost.

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Technology has evolved to a level that eliminates the need for private investigators.

Getting an accurate background check just became a whole lot easier thanks to a new alias/ name match technology now available online at The new technology replaces the need to hire traditional private investigators who would normally preform an in-depth name and alias check.

"This is great news for the background industry as it finally provides businesses and landlords with the ability to accurate screen applicants in minutes rather than days" claims Scott Paxton of The new technology is able to accurately trace the identity of any individual even if they changed their name, got married, divorced or intentionally hide behind aliases or stolen identities.

Previously, online background checks have failed to provide thorough reports as they have been limited to check only the exact name entered during the screening process. A small mistake in the name can lead to a background check that is inaccurate or missing vital information. This problem is solved through technological advances now available online at BackgroundNow.

Since 2003, has lead the nation in data acquisitions for more accurate reports. The new advanced name trace algorithm helps complete the cycle by checking all possible matches for an applicant. In the past to receive a report of this nature would cost hundreds of dollars and require a skilled private investigator. For a fraction of the cost technology has replaced the need for human processed background checks.

For detailed information on the new technology you can visit the website where they've released a short 2 minute video detailing the new name trace technology that is claimed to make the need for private investigators obsolete.

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