There are some companies that boast unlimited and free searches, but this is often a sales gimmick tailored to lure in interested consumers. While they will provide free searches for an unlimited amount of subjects, there is often a price tag attached.
(PRWEB) May 09, 2013
Whether looking at prospective tenants or screening new employees, knowing if the subject has had a prior charge to his or her criminal record will provide the necessary material to make an informed decision about moving forward with that candidate. And there are a plenty of online services that offer to locate the criminal information for free, instantly, or unlimitedly. Docusearch Investigations, a premier online investigative solution, has provided these common signs to look out for when choosing a criminal record search service.
When considering a criminal background check service you should be aware of sites that boast claims that you should be aware of. Here are 4 warning signs that the company you’re considering may not be the best service for you:
Many of the services out there are often affiliates to larger database companies whose goal is to increase their level of subscriptions. Because of this, staffs at these organizations are largely comprised of salesmen and not an investigators, which means they aren’t performing the criminal records search personally.
Phone numbers can also be difficult to find with sites such as these, along with a hard to reach staff to handle customer support issues.
There are some companies that boast unlimited and free searches, but this is often a sales gimmick tailored to lure in interested consumers. While they will provide free searches for an unlimited amount of subjects, there is often a price tag attached to the information returned with those searches.
Another major consideration is the fact that database-based services can often go years without being updated, which means there is a higher chance that information returned from the search could be missing crucial information from the most recent of years.
Docusearch Investigations provides premier online investigative solutions customers can rely on. Their pay-as-you-go service, a no hassle and recurring payment free service, allows customers to select the specific service needed at that time without any pressure to continue with a paid subscription. The professional team of private investigators at Docusearch will personally hand-search through 520 databases used by law enforcement officials, including the sex offender registry, all national security databases as well as a regularly updated proprietary criminal database.
Inquiries are often returned within one business day.
Docusearch has been profiled by Forbes Magazine and featured in national television media including MSNBC, CNBC, A&E, and Dateline NBC. In addition to their Criminal Court Record search, Docusearch offers a variety of investigative searches and has been a premier provider for on-line investigative solutions since 1996.