(PRWEB) July 22, 2013 -- As a leading private investigator, Docusearch has always worked to provide their customers with the best and most resources available. With recent changes to their website, the company kept customer satisfaction as a number one priority. With an increased demand in users looking to find out if someone is on Welfare, Docusearch once again increased the resources related to this search to meet the demands. As a Forbes.com “Best of the Web” company, Docusearch had already excelled to become one of the most trusted private investigators available. These updates merely add to the success that has been Docusearch since their founding. These changes include an addition of a database that allows users to access research tools at no cost before investing in a premium service.
This research database includes over 135 free resources for customers to access before executing a Public Assistance Search. Many other private investigators charge for the same tools that Docusearch offers for free, which is why there is such a clear distinction between the private investigation company and their competitors. A private investigator from the company comments on the changes to their site:
“As a member of the team at Docusearch, I am proud to be able to offer our customers resources for no cost before they invest in a premium service. Through demonstrating value before asking visitors to pay for a premium search, we establish confidence in our customers. We know that by being an open book it will instill a trust factor with the people searching for private investigative solutions.”
Another addition recently integrated in the website is a customer rating tool. Docusearch wanted to give their customers a way to give feedback to other customers. To satisfy this need, they have created an easy to use system allowing users to rate each product on a scale of 1-5 stars. This tool has been integrated site-wide and not only is helping customers to select the option that fits their needs, but also helps the private investigation company to improve on their own services and the resources they offer. Docusearch believes that improvement is a process that is perpetual, a belief that has kept them in the forefront of the private investigation industry.
These additions especially help those looking to perform a Public Assistance Search, which gives users access to records pertaining to Welfare, Workers Compensation, Social Security, Disability, Unemployment Compensation, and Social Security Payments. The only information required for this premium service is the subject’s full name, last known street address, social security number, and date of birth.
To learn more about Docusearch's free resource directory or to find out if someone is on welfare, please visit http://www.docusearch.com. You can follow Docusearch by joining them on Google Plus or Facebook.
Dan Cohn, Docusearch, http://www.docusearch.com, 800-474-5350, [email protected]