Our goal, quite simply, is to keep WarrantCheck.com customers out of jail. We think that's good business.
SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
WarrantCheck.com is launching a campaign to educate their customers about what to do if they discover there is an outstanding warrant for their arrest, the company said yesterday.
“Up until this point, we've simply let people know if they have any outstanding warrants or not,” a WarrantCheck.com spokesman said. “But we've realized that's not enough. People contact our customer service department every day asking what they can do about the warrants. We want to help them if we can.”
WarrantCheck.com has created a guide that will explain to customers what their legal rights are if they find they have a warrant in their name, he said.
“We are going to email this to every existing customer we have,” the WarrantCheck.com spokesman said. “It will also be available on our members' area. And the most vital sections will be released through our social media sites.”
The guide will also explain the different types of active warrants that exist to give customers a sense of perspective, the WarrantCheck.com spokesman said.
“In some cases it's just a matter of contacting the local police department to sort it out,'” he said. “In other cases, you need to get in touch with a lawyer right away. It is very important to know the difference so you can handle the warrant correctly.”
There is no additional charge for the guide, he said.
“Our goal, quite simply, is to keep WarrantCheck.com customers out of jail,” he said. “We think that's good business.”
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.