Crimcheck Offering Free Services to Victims Affected by the Midwest Flooding – Crimcheck

Crimcheck Offering Free Services to Victims Affected by the Midwest Flooding

Berea, Ohio – June 19, 2008 — Crimcheck (crimcheck.net) is offering free background checks to people who are opening their homes to those displaced by the recent flooding in the Midwest. Crimcheck is also offering free professional license verifications for those who will be hiring contractors for rebuilding lost or damaged property.

After Hurricane Katrina many people became victims again by generously opening their homes to residents they assumed were in need. There are going to be people out there looking to take advantage of generous and kind individuals so it’s very important to run a background check to protect these good Samaritans. Crimcheck’s free background check service will have an investigator verify a person is from the affected areas and are who they claim to be, thus keeping families safe at no cost.

Criminals and greedy individuals will be taking advantage of the high demand for contractors. Therefore, Crimcheck is also offering free professional license verifications for people who are hiring contractors for rebuilding and repairing. Becoming a victim of a contracting scam is common when dealing with a major crisis, and Crimcheck is ready to help reduce that risk. If you are a legitimate contactor that would like to be pre-screened please give us a call at 877 992-4325.

Crimcheck is a leading provider of background checks and employment screening services to businesses and consumers alike. Crimcheck was founded in 1991 by security expert Ted Moss (www.tedlmoss.com) and the official Crimcheck website was launched in 1996. Since then, Crimcheck has rapidly grown into a widely used & trusted company. Crimcheck received a Weatherhead 100 award in 2007, won the 2007 NEO Success Award, and works with charities to provide food to struggling families.

For additional information, please visit:
http://crimcheck.net/free-background-checks.htm

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