By taking the legalese out of the documents and giving scam-related crimes their own section, we believe that we will make it much easier for people to use our reports to avoid becoming a scam victim.
SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2013
CriminalRecords.us.org has updated their background reports to include a special section identifying crimes that indicate someone is a scam artist, the company said yesterday.
“Criminal history reports can be very long and complex documents,” a CriminalRecords.us.org spokesman said. “What we realized is that people are generally using our service to avoid becoming a scam victim, and they were often confused by the information we provided.”
In response, the company has completely revamped the format of their criminal history reports to highlight when the background check indicates the person is more likely than not a scam artist.
“Fraud records, theft by deception records, and other red flags of a scam artist will now have their own highlighted section,” the CriminalRecords.us.org spokesman said. “In that section, not only will the crimes be listed, but they will be explained in plain English instead of legal jargon.”
The section will also explain why these records indicate possible scam activity, he said.
“By taking the legalese out of the documents and giving scam-related crimes their own section, we believe that we will make it much easier for people to use our reports to avoid becoming a scam victim,” he said.
The new reports are available now at CriminalRecords.us.org, he said.
“We believe this is an extra layer of protection for our customers who don't want to become scam victims,” he said.
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