Docusearch Expands Welfare and Other Public Assistance Search

Docusearch, a Forbes.com featured investigation company, has been continually updating their services and search tools since their founding. Most recently, they have added a database that offers over 135 free resources available to people looking to execute a public assistance search, making it easier than ever to identify workers compensation, welfare, social security disability, and unemployment compensation.

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We want our customers to have peace of mind when using our services. To do that, we offer no cost listings as an option so that they can break down the advantages and disadvantages between a free and premium service.

(PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Docusearch.com, a popular private investigation company has recently modified their website and services to include a few new features to help customers find if someone is receiving public assistance. These features include the addition of a database that offers over 135 free resources to their customers, along with a system that allows users to rate their experience with the tools on a scale of 1-5. The introduction of the rating tool allows customers to gather information from other people who have used the search, in order to make an informed decision. Docusearch believes that having an objective opinion available is an important resource that is underutilized by other investigation companies. These changes allow customers to find out if someone is on welfare, SSI, or unemployment by providing them with a number of different resources and search options.

These newly launched features added to Docusearch’s resource database were enacted in hopes to simplify the process of identifying public assistance records for their customers. Docusearch believes that the value proposition should be clear to their customers, which is why they offer a range of no cost and premium options. Other private investigation companies regularly charge steep user fees for the same database that Docusearch provides pro bono. A private investigator comments about the services they provide:

“We want our customers to have peace of mind when using our services. To do that, we offer no cost listings as an option so that they can break down the advantages and disadvantages between a free and premium service. This no smoke and mirrors approach has earned Docusearch the outstanding reputation that it maintains to this day.”

In some states, child support can gauge the amount of welfare that a particular parent receives, and in turn may affect the amount of child support that is required to be paid out. The investigation company has created tools that allow individuals paying child support to identify public assistance with ease. It is possible that an individual could be collecting more in child support money based on their provided assistance (assuming the State is unaware); in which case it would be beneficial for the child supporter to investigate. Docusearch is the ultimate prevention against individual’s double dipping in order to receive maximum benefits.

Docusearch has assisted thousands of customers in locating public assistance records which are located by real private investigators searching each order by hand. There are a few different types of public assistance records that can be identified including Workers Compensation, Welfare, Social Security Disability, and Unemployment Compensation. Docusearch offers a money back guarantee if your subject is receiving public assistance support and they are unsuccessful in locating any pertinent information regarding the assistance records.

An important piece to Docusearch’s investigation search is the fact that the subject of the search will not be notified that a search has been conducted. This mix of user friendliness, resources at no cost, and confidentiality allow users of the private investigation companies’ services to retrieve the answers they are looking for without the hassle or drama associated with finding the answers through outdated and inaccurate websites.

To learn more about Docusearch's free resource directory or public assistance search, please visit http://www.docusearch.com. You can follow Docusearch by joining them on Google Plus or Facebook.


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